Giannis Antetokounmpo is on pace for a historic postseason.
The Bucks’ young leader is averaging a double-double through the first four games of Milwaukee’s first-round playoff series with the Toronto Raptors, and could finish as one of the most versatile scorers in postseason history if he can keep it up.
At his current pace Antetokounmpo would become just the third player since blocks and steals became official stats in 1973 to average at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block in the playoffs.
Antetokounmpo isn’t the only member of the Bucks having a strong postseason.
Khris Middleton had his first postseason double-double in Game 4, registering 10 points and 11 rebounds.
He’s the third member of the Bucks to post a double-double this season, joining Antetokounmpo and Greg Monroe, tied with the Indiana Pacers for the postseason lead.
Statistics courtesy of STATS LCC, Basketball-Reference.com