Giannis Antetokounmpo Discloses Future Plans After Retirement:’I Want to be …’

Giannis Sina Ugo Adetokunbo who is famous by the name Giannis Antetokounmpo a National Basketball Player(NBA) has built a reputation for himself to be a successful player, and he added to his list of honest statements after expressing his desire to become a head coach after retirement.

On Friday night, Giannis Antetokounmpo had so much fun coaching the 2023 NBA Celebrity. All-Star Game, he now aspires to be a head coach when he decides to retire from the league.

The Milwaukee Bucks star, along with two of his brothers, Alex, who plays for the Wisconsin Herd, and Thanasis, who plays for the Bucks, were the coaches for Dwyane Wade‘s team. The three players took their coaching job seriously, drawing up plays, complaining to officials and rooting their team on. After all the excitement and enjoyment from winning the game, Giannis said he wants to be a head coach.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo Had Announced What He Wants To Do After He Retires

Giannis‘ brother Alex said he also enjoyed the coaching experience and would like to coach in the future. “It was hectic, obviously it was a great experience, we were into it, we were passionate, and we had a great time overall and that’s all that matters,” he said. “We came away with the ‘dub,’ too. It’s different. I enjoyed it a lot. Hopefully, that’s something we can do after basketball. That would be something very, very nice. We’re just trying to have a bunch of fun and milk these experiences as much as we can.”

“I was in it – I wanted to win,” Giannis told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel after the game. “Afterward, when I retire, I want to be a head coach. A lot of people don’t know that about me, but I want to be a head coach. I really want to be. It’s kind of hard, because you have no control. And, I know the game of basketball, I know how to play the game of basketball, so it’s hard.”

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The 28-year-old NBA star also faced a small challenge during his big first-time coaching experience, but he didn’t let it take away from his excitement. “I lost my voice,” he said. “But I got some cough drops, we got the win, I’m happy, we’re good.”

The siblings had fun coaching but also found some moments a little challenging. “They kind of put the six-on-six players, played a zone to throw us off, but we got it done,” Thanasis said. “It was great. It was good. We had fun. I got to enjoy. I had the feeling I had playing with my brothers, it’s great.”

Giannis Antetokounmpo on Thursday night became the Milwaukee Bucks’ all-time assists leader after passing the ball to Jevon Carter who swished a three in the first quarter against the Chicago Bulls. Giannis now has 3,274 assists, two more than previous record holder Paul Pressey. Shortly afterwards, he contested a finger roll by Coby White and ended up spraining his wrist.

When asked about how he was feeling after the fall on Friday as he walked into Huntsman Arena, Antetokounmpo asked, “What fall? That was yesterday, man. That’s old news. It’s a brand new day, man. A good day to be alive.”

Following the game on Thursday, Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer said, “I think the initial reports were hopeful. The X-ray was clean and he’s got a sprain. We’ll just, I think, see how he feels tomorrow, see how he feels the next few days and continue to evaluate it.”

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