We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to deliver this breaking news bulletin:
Giannis Antetokounmpo can shoot threes now.
Last night marked the first time since the final contest of his rookie season that he hit multiple threes in a game. Would a player who wasn’t able to shoot threes be able to do that? Of course not. Only players who can shoot threes are capable of making more than one in a game. That’s what math is, that’s how math works, and you are a fool if you try to deny it. Giannis is a three-point shooter now. Deal with it.
This newfound (or refound) ability surely makes up for the fact that he was robbed of another triple-double against the Cavaliers. Robbed by RASHAD VAUGHN, who took away well-earned assists by going for 4 of 17 from the field. Cut him. Cut him NOW.