Despite losing in Game 7 to the Boston Celtics, there is one thing that the Milwaukee Bucks and big man Giannis Antetokounmpo can look back on with some positivity despite the disappointment.

For the first time in NBA history, a player has scored 200 points, grabbed 100 rebounds, and tallied 50 assists in a single playoff series. That player? None other than Giannis Antetokounmpo, who would wrap up the series with 25 points, 20 rebounds, nine assists, and two steals in a stellar Game 7 performance.

This all without the help of star guard Khris Middleton, who has been on the shelf due to a knee injury suffered in the first round of the playoffs, leaving Giannis Antetokounmpo to carry the team solo. When asked after Game 7 about what could’ve gone differently for the Bucks, with special emphasis on overall team health, Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer would downplay the injury.

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“Every team goes through something,” Budenholzer said. “Nobody feels sorry for us. It’s an age-old equation, like the calculus of the NBA is you got to have good players, you got to be a little bit lucky and you got to be healthy. You got to have all three of those things to advance in the playoffs.

“I’ve heard it a million times. I’ve heard it over and over again. We weren’t as healthy as we’d like to be. But nobody cares.”

Giannis Antetokounmpo finishes his ninth NBA season with 2,002 points, 388 assists, and 778 rebounds, good enough for a per-game average of 29.9 points, 11.6 rebounds, and 5.8 assists. While the present may seem grim, there is still a bright future ahead in Milwaukee with Giannis Antetokounmpo around.