Giannis Antetokounmpo Ends up losing Temper With 76ers Workers, Smashes Down Ladder

After the Bucks’ loss to the 76ers, Giannis Antetokounmpo wanted to get in some free throw practice. When multiple arena workers blocked his route, he lost it and knocked over a 10-foot-plus ladder.

Some spectators who remained in the Wells Fargo Center on Friday night in Philadelphia recorded the entire thing on camera.

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 25 points less than his team in the Bucks’ 110-102 loss against the Sixers. However, he was terrible at making free throws, going just 4-for-15 (27%).

Therefore, Antetokounmpo’s desire to practice free throws after the game makes sense. However, a number of workers (perhaps from the arena or the team) were seen assembling a large ladder in preparation for doing something to the basket.

As Giannis approached the basket, he pushed the ladder under it. A worker, seemingly bewildered, returned the ladder to its previous location. An obviously enraged Antetokounmpo returned to the ladder, yelled something emphatically at the person, then tossed the ladder, forcing it to collapse.

Some seconds later as GA shoots a free throw the film cuts out.

Sixers forward Montrezl Harrell was featured in another social media video reacting to Giannis and he was hot.

Nothing has been spoken about the incident by Giannis, the Bucks or the 76ers.

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