Turn away, New York Knicks fans.
Agent Giorgos Panou—who works for Octagon with Giannis Antetokounmpo's agent, Alex Saratsis—revealed on the Finding Giannis documentary that the Knicks were the one team that didn't scout the Milwaukee Bucks superstar in his home country of Greece prior to the 2013 NBA draft.
Jonathan Givony of ESPN.com shared the relevant portion of the documentary that will air Saturday on TNT:
One more outtake from the "Finding Giannis" documentary, airing Saturday on TNT at 630pm EST. Whatever you do Knicks fans, do not watch this video all the way to the end. #FindingGiannis pic.twitter.com/lkAhFMsWpZ— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) February 13, 2019
In New York's defense, Antetokounmpo was not considered the sure-fire superstar that he is today leading up to that draft. After all, the Bucks didn't select him until the No. 15 overall pick in a draft in which Anthony Bennett went No. 1 overall.
The Knicks selected Tim Hardaway Jr. with the No. 24 overall pick, although the argument could be made sending scouts to Greece would have brought Antetokounmpo to the front office's radar. A potential trade up may have paved the way for the three-time All-Star and two-time All-NBA selection to be the next marquee player in the Big Apple.
Antetokounmpo is an MVP candidate who is averaging 27.1 points, 12.6 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.4 blocks and 1.4 steals per game this season.
His 42-14 Bucks have the best record in the Eastern Conference, while the 10-46 Knicks have the worst record in the league.