Giannis Antetokounmpo has bought a massive new home for the whole family, including his mother and brothers, in the leafy suburb of Psychiko in Athens.
The newspaper says that the property is located on a plot of 1500 sq.m. It has published a video where Giannis is seen moving belongings to the new house.
The two-time NBA MV, wearing shorts from the National team of Greece and a Bucks shirt, carried several boxes with the help of a friend.
Antetokounmpo Athens home for the close-knit family
According to Proto Thema one of the apartments in the complex is reserved for Antetokounmpo’s mother, and other apartments for his brothers when they are in Greece.
Last month, Mariah Riddlesprigger and Giannis Antetokounmpo took to social media to announce they are expecting a third child.
“Our dreams becoming reality,” Riddlesprigger wrote in an Instagram post.
The couple already have two children — 3-year-old Liam and 1-year-old Maverick Shai. The boys are often seen in the halls and on the floor of Fiserv Forum while the Bucks superstar gets up some shots or works the crowd.
The Antetokounmpos remain a close-knit family. Thanasis is the most well-known of the Antetokounmpo brothers. He is the older brother of Giannis and the first of the brothers to be born in Athens.
Kostas is the younger brother of Thanasis and Giannis. Just like his two older siblings, Kostas played for Filathlikos in Athens.
Alex, the youngest of the brothers, who moved to America when Giannis was drafted, also played for Dominican High School in Wisconsin like his older brother Kostas.
Antetokounmpo buys home in Peloponnese
This is not the first Antetokounmpo property in Greece. Last year it emerged that Giannis invested together with his brother, Thanasis on two Costa Navarino Residences, an exclusive resort on the southwest side of Peloponnese.
As he said himself to the official blog of the resort: “There’s so much to do here, and it’s a safe environment. When you get here, you know there will be people around, but it’s good that my kids can grow up in a safe environment, go to the beach, ride their bicycles or play on the waterslides, all without me worrying too much. I’m also thinking 10 to 15 years into the future when they’ll be older”.
Giannis explained that this will become his future permanent resident in Greece: “I actually don’t own a house in Athens. Instead, I’ll have a home here. I like being here – I have a good time, and my family is happy here. I like seeing the people closest to me happy: my mother walking on the beach, taking pictures…”
Now, however, Antetokounmpo has a house in Athens. Perhaps, when he retires, he will spend his summers at Costa Navarino and the rest of the year in leafy Psychico, Athens.