Giannis Career-Best Five 3-Pointers, Jags Move Clocks Back After Coughlin Firing

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The reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo had 34 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists in his Milwaukee Bucks’ 111-104 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night. Giannis recorded a career-best five three-pointers but remained humble in his post-game interview saying, “I think the most important thing is trying to stay humble. When you win MVP and you win 60 games, it’s hard. You feel like, ‘What else?’ But at the end of the day, I realize, and my family realizes, I’m not supposed to be here. I wasn’t the No. 1 pick like AD was, like LeBron was. I ain’t supposed to be here. I ain’t supposed to go up against these two. I’m just happy I’m here.”

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Now that the Jacksonville Jaguars have fired Tom Coughlin, the Jags equipment staff moved the clocks back to their original time. When Coughlin was with the team he moved the clocks back five minutes. He believed, “if you’re not five minutes early to a meeting or commitment, you’re considered late.” He also excessively fined players for rules infractions which is why he was ultimately fired. The NFL Players Association even went as far as recommending players consider his conduct when selecting their next club.

 

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