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 My love for my Greek brother is evident despite bleeding green. Sitting in a restaurant during the draft and hoping the C's would make my dream come true... What did they do?? They drafted Kelly O and I wanted to cry. I've followed his career for as long as I can remember. During his finals run it was surreal to see a young man from such humble beginnings become an NBA champion. Whats most important to me is we share our faith and heritage, and of course a love for basketball. 

We just heard yesterday that he's not going to sign an extension if the Bucks aren't championship driven... Will my dream come true?! Is there a basketball world where Giannis, JT and JB can be together??? I'd settle for it to be Giannis and Tatum honestly. If I'm Brad I'm examining every option to bring him here if the Bucks fumble the ball. The only detriment I see to that is Mr Cheap himself Wyc one title Grousbeck not allowing Brad to do so. Imagine what you could have in a Giannis and Tatum duo. Inside outside domination! These two could compliment each other in a way like we haven't seen! 

The name of the game is winning! When the greats become available you do what needs to be done. Giannis is special, and in my opinion a HOFamer. He's a force that can't be stopped when the right guys are around him he makes things happen. Red would jump all over this if he were our GM. Well I can dream cant I... In all reality I see the Bucks doing what he wants. He's way to important to that organization and community. For now though I can see him in Celtics green and white already as I did before the draft all those years ago.

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

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