Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo's length and speed allow his Euro step to be much deadlier than most NBA players who utilize this move.

In Game 6 against the Boston Celtics, the Greek Freak unleashed his signature move on Semi Ojeleye and it sent Jason Terry and Brandon Jennings up to their feet. Not only did they cheer Antetokounmpo on, they also clowned Ojeleye, who fell to the floor.

As posted by Bleacher Report, below is the video of Antetokounmpo's euro step and his teammates' celebration:

Here's a closer look at Jennings and Terry, as posted by Rob Perez:

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More than the highlight, the Bucks came up with the win, 97-86, forcing a Game 7. Antetokounmpo powered the Bucks with 31 points, 14 rebounds, and four assists, without committing a turnover. He shot 13-of-23 from the field for 56.3 percent. He scored 11 points in the 4th quarter to bolster his team's chances.

Apart from Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Malcolm Brogdon were the only two players to score in double digits. They finished with 16 points apiece.

Terry, in fact, has seen Antetokounmpo's potential way back in 2016, when the Greek Freak was still relatively unknown. As reported by Charles F. Gardner of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Terry said then:

“He can play multiple positions. You can post him at the free throw line, the logo. Give it to him off the outlet. He's a one-man fast break. Two totally different players. The only guy that has some semblance of Giannis is Scottie Pippen. I mean, the way he defended, the way he could facilitate and play the point guard at that size is very similar.”