Reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo has been evidently improving but doesn’t want to brag about it at all.

Antetokounmpo has managed to keep his torch burning as he approaches the 2019-20 season. While some fans only see him as an extremely athletic scorer, “The Greek Freak” has displayed some improvements in his game. However, it seems like the MVP is not a fan of boasting about what he can do inside the court.

In a recent interview with Fanatics View, Antetokounmpo insisted that his mindset coming into this season is to become a “little bit better” than last year.

“I’m just trying to do what I did last year and a little bit better. Trying to be more aggressive, trying to be more smart. Just trying to help my team win. That’s it,” Antetokounmpo said.

“I came to this year with a mindset to get a little bit better. And just do whatever it takes to help my team win,” Antetokounmpo added.

But when asked about the improvements in his game, Antetokounmpo refused to provide details and even return the question to the reporters.

“I don’t know. You guys tell me, you guys saw me (play),” Antetokounmpo said when asked about his improvements this season.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks during the first half of the NBA game against the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena on March 04, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

During the Milwaukee Bucks 137-129 victory Thursday night against the Portland Trail Blazers, Antetokounmpo recorded 24 points and 19 rebounds. However, his career-high 15 assists was the proof that the reigning MVP is significantly improving his playmaking skills and basketball IQ.

In fact, Milwaukee went 15-of-26 off Antetokounmpo's passes, creating 37 points off his assists – the most in any game in his career and this was also what caught the attention of Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer.

"I thought tonight was one of his best nights of just seeing the floor and really being a playmaker with 15 assists [and] in a lot of different ways he got the assists," Budenholzer told ESPN.

In the offseason, Antetokounmpo already admitted that he has been working on his 3-point shooting. In an interview posted in Milwaukee’s Twitter account, Antetokounmpo revealed how shooting 3’s will benefit him as he tries to become a better player in the league.

"I can still win the championship not shooting the 3, but I want to shoot the 3. I shot the 3 a little bit better this year, as the season went along I was getting better. Shooting the 3 is gonna make it a lot easier for my game and a lot easier for my teammates, so I gotta add that element to my game," Antetokounmpo said.