Giannis Antetokounmpo is vacationing in Mykonos with his family and a new series of photos shows the top athlete in an inflatable with his partner, Mariah Riddlesprigger, and their sons, Liam and Maverick Shai.
With them, however, is one of his brothers, Alex , whom we are not used to seeing in joint appearances.
Alex is the youngest of four boys in the Antetokounmpo family and also plays basketball professionally.
He may not be as well known as his older brother, but he is also making a career abroad, at the Raptors 905, while dreaming of representing Greece in the National Team in the future.
Recently, on one of their evening outings in Chora, the journalistic lens captured the Antetokounmpo’s wandering hand in hand through the small white alleys.
Mariah wore the simplest version of the LBD, choosing a mini maco dress with thin straps, which she had combined with flat sandals with pearl details and some discreet jewellery.
See photos from the Antetokounmpo vacation in Mykonos:
When Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks made the NBA Finals last year, the city went nuts. It was a long time since a major sports team from Milwaukee was on such a grand stage, and it’s safe to say they celebrated a little extra.
In fact, legendary Hollywood actor George Clooney even tried to get the Bucks fans an extra holiday from work, according to Essentially Sports.
The Bucks hadn’t been in the NBA Finals since 1974, and Giannis and crew made it to the grand stage. They went through the Heat, the Nets, and the Hawks to reach the coveted stage. The road wasn’t easy, as they were pushed in each series.
George Clooney wrote a letter so that Bucks fans can get a holiday after Giannis Antetokounmpo and crew made the Finals
Clooney’s tequila company Casamigos was one of the partners for the Bucks.
So when the Bucks made the Finals, Clooney wrote a letter on his behalf to the fans.
The letter started with, “It’s me, George Clooney! I just wanted to give a heads up that (insert name here) will need to be excused from the entire day of work on Monday.”
He stated the reason was the Bucks reached the Finals and the fans would have been ecstatic. So they might have had a few extra drinks to celebrate. Therefore, he wanted owners to understand that the fans need a day off.
He also wrote, “I am writing on behalf of this loyal Bucks fan to document (insert name here) absence and inform you that (insert name here) will return to work on Tuesday after a much needed personal recovery day!”