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Montrezl Harrell Steals Ball From Giannis Antetokounmpo and Threatens to Beat Up His Brother Thanasis

This is weirdo behavior from Harrell.

Giannis wasn’t bothering anyone and just wanted to get up some free throws because he has been terrible from the line lately.

Harrell, who played six minutes in the game and scored ONE point, decided he wouldn’t allow Giannis to do any extra work and caused a scene.

Here is how it all went down via The Athletic.

Milwaukee superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo tried to shoot extra foul shots after a terrible game he had at the line. The Sixers’ backup center Montrezl Harrell and a coaching staff member, Jordan Love, returned to the court, and Harrell took the ball from Giannis and refused to give it back.

Harrell stood in the corner shaking his head and holding the ball while Antetokounmpo pleaded with him.

“This isn’t f—— Milwaukee,” Harrell barked at Antetokounmpo, as witnessed by The Athletic. “Get that s— out of there.”

Antetokounmpo, who had shot 4-of-15 from the line during the game, for the worst shooting performance of his career, left the court and returned with two basketballs.

Only when he came back, a Wells Fargo Center employee pushed a large, A-frame ladder in front of the hoop where Giannis was shooting. Antetokounmpo asked the man to move the ladder so he could finish his shooting, and twice the man said no.

Now angry at the surprising circumstances he was facing, Giannis tried to move the ladder out of the way and wound up knocking it over. The arena employee scattered as the ladder crashed to the court.

To make matters worse, Harrell, for some reason, decided to threaten Giannis’ brother Thanasis.

After Antetokounmpo left the court for good, his brother, Milwaukee teammate Thanasis Antetokounmpo, walked to midcourt to speak to Harrell. The Sixers’ reserve center threatened Thanasis, saying at separate times “I’ll beat your a–” and “you better send that s— back to the locker room.” Thanasis walked away without incident.

Harrell is 28 years old and acting like a child.

Flip the page for him taking the ball from Giannis.

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