will be staying in the NBA for years and years to come, though it may not be as you think.
Following a successful coaching performance in the weekend's NBA Celebrity All-Star Game, The Greek Freak revealed he sees the sidelines in his future.
'When I retire, I want to be a head coach,' Antetokounmpo told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
'It's kind of hard, because you have no control. And, I know the game of basketball, I know how to play the game of basketball, so it's hard.'
Antetokounmpo, alongside brothers Thanasis and Alex, coached Dwyane Wade's team to a victory over Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith's squad.
The Antetokounmpos coached Dwyane Wade’s celebrity team to an 81-78 victory over Utah Jazz governor Ryan Smith’s team at the Jon Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, and Giannis Antetokounmpo was still breathing heavily minutes after a potential game-tying buzzer beater was deemed no good.