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Giannis Antetokounmpo’s reaction to finding out he has to pay to watch Team USA

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Team USA, Bucks

When he’s not busy ordering 50 pieces of chicken nuggets or casually dropping 50 points in the NBA Finals, Giannis Antetokounmpo is still just a regular dude.

If regular dudes are built like a Super Saiyan fusion of Mr. Fantastic and The Incredible Hulk.

The Milwaukee Bucks star is a student of the game. And on Tuesday, Giannis wanted to know where to watch Team USA’s upcoming match in the Tokyo Olympics. So of course, he went to the only place to find real answers to the biggest questions in life: Twitter.

The Athletic reporter Eric Nehm swiftly replied, hinting that Giannis has to pay a certain promo to watch Team USA on TV. Quite easy for the newly minted NBA Finals MVP, right? No.

Giannis’ answer was absolutely great! Unintentional comedy at its finest. Although it’s also quite possible that The Greek Freak meant that as a joke as well.

It’s crazy to think that Giannis, who signed an extension with the Bucks for $3787589475984 billion dollars last summer, doesn’t want to cough up cheese to watch Team USA (which will go up against Iran, BTW).

Obviously, Giannis wants to cheer for his Bucks teammates Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday, who are playing for Team USA. But apparently, the price of admission isn’t worth it for the two-time NBA MVP. Who needs an enemy when you have a teammate like Giannis?

Kidding aside, it’s clear that Giannis Antetokounmpo is just enjoying his free time. But what’s even clearer is that he’s more willing to buy 50 pieces of chicken nuggets than pay for a TV subscription. Always a sound business decision.