Greek Player Kostas Antetokounmpo
Kostas Antetokounmpo is the younger brother of Thanasis and Giannis. He is 15 years old. He is a high school junior. He has played in the Greek 2nd Division with Filathlitikos, the same team his older brothers played on, and now he is playing in high school basketball in the USA.
He is a 6-5 SG/SF.
He is a very talented player. Maybe even he is the best and most talented Antetokounmpo player of the 3 older brothers, and maybe even is more talented than Giannis is.
We should start to keep track of him now.
He will play at Whitefish Bay Dominican which is just outside of Milwaukee and will be presumably play on the varsity with Diamond Stone (class of 2015 6'10") who is easily in the top 10 of that class.
Double win for the Bucks/Wisconsin.
I'm hoping Marquette gives him a look along with Stone, because Giannis thinks Kostas is even more talented than he is. I believe his family is moving to Milwaukee as well.
He may be talented, but all the way out in Greece it would be difficult to pay attention to him and the few international players that we do decide to put major light on will probably be one or two years from the draft, if he is as talented as you say though I'm sure scouts will be watching and come the time of these mock drafts he will be very high up. Right now my attention is being payed to the 2016 player Thon Maker and the 2018 player Damon Harge.
Didn't the OP and the other poster say he is playing HS ball in the states? That should make him pretty easy to track.
Smart move. Kostas playing in a Milwaukee school will keep Giannis happy and will acclimate Kostas to the US way of life. This will ensure that he's more ready when his time comes to be drafted.
On an unrelated note, typing all these Greek names into my IPad is playing havoc with my auto correct.
Wait Euroballer I thought you told us Greek prospects coming to American high school makes them lesser talents...not that it matters since Kostas is Nigerian
I have an update about Kosta. He is now in Milwaukee, and is being recruited by the top high schools there.
He has grown 2 inches in the last few months and he is now 6'7" tall. He is considered to be a better player than his older brother Giannis was at the same age. Keep in mind that he has already played some games at the 2nd division tier of Greece's profesional level.
With Stern gone these brothers are going to get the scouting attention they deserve