Giannis Antetokounmpo had one of the best individual seasons the league has ever seen last year as he led the Milwaukee Bucks to the playoffs and became an All-Star for the first time.
The Greek Freak amazingly led the Bucks in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals and was named as the Most Improved Player as a result.
He averaged 22.9 PPG, 8.7 RPG and 5.4 APG and showed that he is already a superstar in the NBA at the age of just 22.
Giannis is currently on duty with the Greece national team and he is now taking his domination onto the international scene.
In an exhibition game against Montenegro in preparation for the Eurobasket, an opposition player secured a steal and raced down the open floor ready to lay the ball in.
Antetokounmpo had other ideas, however, and produced an outstanding chase down block as he once again showcased his ridiculous length and athleticism.
It was a ruthless block by the Greek star and the Montenegro player must have forgotten about his ability to make those types of plays.
The Bucks forward finished with 20 points on 10-of-14 shooting from the field to go along with nine rebounds, three assists, and that amazing rejection in Greece's 83-81 victory.
Milwaukee will hope he comes through his international excursions unscathed and is ready for the new campaign where he is primed to take his game to new heights.
His potential is limitless and he has all the tools to dominate the league for the next decade and make himself a true great.
Giannis himself has high aspirations heading into the new season and believes he's capable of winning MVP.
"I might be the MVP this year," he told Bucks TV.
That's an opinion that's also shared by one of the league's best players and a former MVP, Kevin Durant.
"Congrats on MIP, this dude is a specimen that we've never seen before and it's guaranteed that he will be an MVP one day! In fact, I called out this years MVP years ago so you gotta respect my knowledge for the game lol," Durant said last month.
Antetokounmpo committed his long term future to the Bucks last year as he signed a four-year contract extension with no player option.
He has stated that he intends to be loyal to Milwaukee after they drafted him from Europe in 2013.
The franchise has a genuine superstar and is in good hands for years to come.