Bucks fans finally got what they wanted to see all year: significant chunks of playing time where Giannis Antetokounmpo was the point guard. Not just a guy who sometimes handled the ball, but the actual point guard.
So how did it go? Eh. Not that good. He seemed tentative, giving the ball up early on possessions and not really looking to score. He struggled as he often has against set defenses, while not getting many transition opportunities.
That’s being a little pessimistic. Let’s frame it another way. He looked acceptable for an ultra-raw 6-10 rookie from Greece playing at an unnatural position for 43 minutes.