This NBA Superstar Used 2 (Surprising) Words to Teach a Valuable Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

Looking For The Light

By Justin BarisoFounder, Insight

It’s rare for professional athletes to admit weakness. It’s even rarer for them to do this.

As theToronto RaptorsandGolden State Warriorscontinue their slugfest to determine theNBA’s 2019 champion,one player isalready preparing for next season:

The Milwaukee Bucks’Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Not that long ago it appeared that Antetokounmpo and the Bucks would be playing the Warriors for this year’s championship. The Bucks had cruised through the playoffs, and were up two games to zero against the Toronto Raptors.

But the Raptors went on to win the next four games in a row–a remarkable feat considering the Bucks hadn’t lost three games in a row the entire season.

The Raptors managed to defeat the Bucks by tooling their defense to focus on stopping the young team’s star (who’s affectionately known as “the Greek Freak” due to his Athens upbringing and monstrous athletic prowess).

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