How Many Brothers Does Giannis Antetokounmpo REALLY Have?

Giannis Antetokounmpo is regarded as one of the finest NBA players in the modern era. Becoming a prime example of hard work paying off! Notching an MVP award due to his alpha elite play. 

Giannis averaged a NASTEY 27.7 points, 5.9 assists and 12.5 rebounds. All while leading his team (Milwaukee Bucks) to their first ever regular season record at 66-22. 

Realizing Antetokounmpo is just only 24 (wtf were you doing at 24?), is mind boggling. He hasn’t even reached his ceiling…wait until he starts knocking down that tray ball. 

Aside from his antics on the court, the Antetokounmpo surname has been on many peoples tongue. Trying to figure out how the fuck you say Antetokounmpo, for quite sometime now. 

If you didn’t know – Gannis isn’t the only child, and he’s definitely isn’t the only one gettin’ bucks. Keeping it in the family, Thanasis is now signed by the Milwaukee Bucks, joining Gannis. More recently, Kostas, another brother just signed by the LA Lakers. 

Just so you know, that’s not all of Giannis’ siblings. Keep on reading and I’ll be sure to provide you with the entire Antetokounmpo roster. 

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Francis Antetokounmpo, 6’5” (1988) 

Francis is the oldest brother aka first born. He was the only Antetokounmpo who was not born in Greece. As he stayed back in Nigeria when his parents moved to Athens in 1991. Raised by his grandparents before joining up with the rest of the family in Greece. Although Francis played some basketball in Greece, sadly his career never really took off like that of Giannis. But he was a successful athlete nevertheless, in soccer, playing professionally as a midfielder in a second-tier league in Greece. 

Thanasis Antetokounmpo, 6’7” (1992) 

The second born of the Antetokounmpo brothers, Thanasis began his professional basketball career in Greece with Filathlitikos. Playing for Greece national basketball team, Thanasis averaged 12.2 points a game in 2012 – ’13 season

He played a single season in 2013/2014 with the Delaware 87ers in the National Basketball Development League. Averaged 12 points as well as 4.3 rebounds per game. 

After leading Panathinaikos to back-to-back titles as well as being named Greek League’s best player of the 2018-19 season. Thanasis then signed a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks on July 16 where he joined up with his brother Giannis. 

Kostas Antetokounmpo, 6’11” (1997) 

Kostas Antetokounmpo declared himself for the 2018 NBA Draft despite averaging only 5.2 points alongside 2.9 rebounds per game at Dayton University. He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers, who later traded him to the Dallas Mavericks. 

Kostas split time between his parent team Dallas Mavericks and their D-League affiliate, the Texas Legends as a two way player. With just 11 minutes of game time, Kostas was ultimately waived by the Maves.  Shortly after the Lakers picked him up for the 2019/2020 season.

Alex Antetokounmpo, 6’7” (2001) 

The younger Giannis Antetokounmpo brother, Alex recently received plaudits from his older brother Giannis, who said that he (Alex) is better than him. 

“I definitely think Alex can be better than me. He stays motivated. He wants this, that’s what makes him special, he’s not satisfied.” – Giannis Antetokounmpo. 

Only time will tell if the 17 years old Alex can really become a force to reckon with on the court. 

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