Giannis picked Gonzaga as his champion, wants to dunk on Tacko Fall
10:13 PM ET
MILWAUKEE — The NBA’s winningest team couldn’t stop watching as the NCAA’s biggest show — and most-hyped prospect — were pushed to the brink on Sunday afternoon.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, Pat Connaughton, Brook Lopez, Tony Snell, Bonzie Colson and a gaggle of reporters were glued to two television screens playing the final three minutes of the Duke vs. Central Florida March Madness game in the Bucks’ locker room.
As the Blue Devils and Knights — headlined by Zion Williamson and Tacko Fall — battled, Antetokounmpo jumped up and down yelling that he was excited for 7-foot-6 Fall to enter the league so that he could dunk on him. From the chair in front of his locker, Lopez said that once Fall is no longer a collegiate player, he should do a Taco Bell commercial with the “Yo Quiero Taco Bell” chihuahua.
Duke barely survived UCF in the greatest example of Madness so far this tournament, as Sunday was a little tougher for the top seeds.
The Bucks are hoping their well-researched seat technology makes an impact with their on-court performance.
Lopez said that, in his bracket,