Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo was feeling himself late in the game on Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Although the game needed overtime for closure, the Sixers were visibly exhausted as they were on the second night of a back-to-back.
After the game, Sixers veteran big man Dwight Howard didn’t hold back when asked about the questionable gesture.
“You know, it’s basketball, and we want to have fun, but we’ll see these guys again. We don’t want to make a big scene about what he did. Today, we allowed them to get back in the game. So, what he did – we can’t control that.”
While Howard was clearly frustrated with Antetokounmpo’s actions, he still gave credit to the Bucks’ superstar after his 32-point effort in the comeback win over Philly.