When you go to Greece, you expect to see gods:
.@kporzee spotted in Athens!— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) May 28, 2016
Story courtesy of @Eurohoopsnet & @arbarkas —> https://t.co/1Uf69iQpbo pic.twitter.com/g337nKFiai
6od himself, Kristaps Porzingis rode down from Mt. Latvia on a flaming chariot to help his buddy Thanasis Antetokounmpo win a streetball game against his brother, Giannis.
The Unicorn threw down the gauntlet ... from atop the Acropolis, no less!
#Antetokounbros_Athens today is the big day! @Giannis_An34 & @PapaloukasTheo vs @Thanasis_ante43 & @kporzee pic.twitter.com/vKgslG0gJT— Eurohoops.net (@Eurohoopsnet) May 29, 2016
A crowd of 5,000 Athenians gathered to watch the combatants, who engaged in the traditional Greek war dance:
#Antetokounbros_athens @Giannis_An34, @Thanasis_ante43, @kporzee and friends play basketball & dance the same time! pic.twitter.com/SP7QY1abdW— Eurohoops.net (@Eurohoopsnet) May 29, 2016
And then they got to it!
#Antetokounbros_Athens Lol @kporzee executes wearing his sunglasses! pic.twitter.com/2JpjOoabrH— Eurohoops.net (@Eurohoopsnet) May 29, 2016
#Antetokonbros_athens @Thanasis_ante43 won the dunk contest after this dunk! pic.twitter.com/d2XaBHuS7x— Eurohoops.net (@Eurohoopsnet) May 29, 2016
The game ended in a 123-123 tie, because Europeans love ties. Kristaps scored 21 points, Giannis dropped 64, and Thanasis topped all scorers with a tidy 69. I have only one thing to say to that, Thanasis ...