Giannis Antetokounmpo in action for Greece

The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Giannis Antetokounmpo suited up for Greece in an exhibition game against Montenegro.

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we catch up with all the latest from Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Friday night game for Greece, as well as the details from the Herd’s press conference.

While the Bucks will be back in NBA action in a little over two months, the team’s fans will be able to watch Giannis in meaningful action much sooner. Antetokounmpo will be leading the Greek national team when EuroBasket gets underway at the end of the month.

Once it gets underway, we’ll have all of the details from and reactions to Giannis’ tournament play here on Behind the Buck Pass, and in this daily column.

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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories:

Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 8/11/17

Milwaukee Bucks: Building a contender in Milwaukee emphasized  by Wisconsin Herd GM, head coach (read here): Our own Ti Windisch was in Oshkosh for Friday’s Wisconsin Herd press conference, and wrote about how the top priority for those in charge of the Herd is to help the Bucks develop and become a contender.

Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo needs to improve his free throw shooting (read here): I wrote about how Giannis needs to focus on finding greater consistency with his free throw shooting, and how that may start with fine-tuning his routine.

Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 8/11/17

Giannis paces Greece against Montenegro (read here): EuroHoops.net have the details as Giannis came off the bench for Greece after a week where he didn’t practice as an injury precaution, and posted 20 points and nine rebounds. As mentioned in the report, it’s unclear how many more, if any, exhibition games the Greek…

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