By Nick Freimuth
The Milwaukee Bucks have not had a player in the NBA All-Star Game since Michael Redd. Giannis Antetokounmpo made up for lost time and impressed the rest of the league with his length, athleticism and highlight reel dunks. Antetokounmpo and the East All-Stars fell 192-182 to the West All-Stars.
The Greek Freak scored an impressive 30 points in the loss. His efforts were bested by the game’s MVP Anthony Davis. Playing on his home court, the New Orleans Pelicans big man scored a record 52 points. The previous record of 43 points was held by Wilt Chamberlin since 1962.