Giannis Antetokounmpo was ruled out of the Milwaukee Bucks game against the Indiana Pacers on Monday due to a left knee sprain. The Greek Freak made sure he was still there to support his teammates by being their biggest cheerleader on the bench.

The two-time NBA MVP took the role of the perfect hype man as cameras caught his hilarious celebrations on the sidelines early in the first quarter. It all started when the Bucks' flat-footed center Brook Lopez took it to the skies for a monster two-handed flush.

Along with his older brother and teammate Thanasis, the Antetokounmpo brothers had this wild and hilarious reaction to Lopez's rare slam.

Even without their best player on the floor, the Bucks raced to a hot start thanks to their blistering shooting from the field. Giannis was definitely loving it when Bucks swingman Pat Connaughton drilled Milwaukee's 41st point of the first quarter with a corner trey. While Antetokounmpo is not much of a shooter, his hilarious impersonation of Connaughton's textbook shooting stroke is pure gold.

After hitting a rough patch at one point this year, the Bucks are clicking on all cylinders once more, holding down the third seed in the East (27-14) heading into Monday's game. Giannis' leadership has been crucial in the Bucks' latest surge, which has led them to win six straight ahead of their matchup with the Pacers tonight. The Bucks came into tonight's contest just two games behind the Philadelphia 76ers for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. While it remains unclear how long Antetokounmpo will be out, his team can still count on him to hype them up even while on the bench.