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Giannis Antetokounmpo went one on one with Kobe Bryant this summer — in a workout — and says it was quite an experience.
“You’ve got to be simple,” the Milwaukee Bucks’ young superstar said he took away from working out with the Bryant, the former Los Angeles Lakers great, during a conversation with Jim Pashke. “You’ve got to work on your craft again and again and again.
“You’ve got to think outside of the box and you always got to be a kid.”
Antetokounmpo then explained he asked Bryant what he meant about always being a kid and his explanation was interesting.