The Los Angeles Lakers could orchestrate one of the most unique rivalries in the NBA after reportedly claiming Giannis' and Thanasis' brother Kostas Antetokounmpo off the free agency waivers.

LA Lakers are reportedly acquiring Giannis Antetokounmpo's younger brother Kostas and even though fans have not seen all the Antetokounmpos play against each other inside the court, it is already one of the things to look forward to next season. 

Shams Charania of The Athletic has just reported that the Lakers claimed reigning MVP's younger brother Kostas Antetokounmpo off the free agency waivers for a two-way deal. With this being said, three Antetokounmpos are now set to face each other inside the basketball court next season and it is hard not to imagine how things would play out.

A few days ago, Kostas' older brother Giannis had an exclusive interview with ESPN's Rachel Nichols and discussed his thoughts about playing together with his older brother Thanasis in Milwaukee.

According to Giannis, he believes that Thanasis' will instantly become a fan-favorite and he is already looking forward to play with him next season. The Bucks superstar also mentioned that they will be pushing hard to win a championship next year as a team and hopes to learn from their mistakes during the playoffs. 

The most remarkable statement that surprised Nichols during the interview was the fact that Giannis doesn't even want to hear about "MVP" again in his career and said that it is already part of the past. He also clarified that he has no plans of slowing down even after proving that he can dominate the league.

Weighing on the gravity of Giannis' statements, it appears that he will be willing to compete at all costs, even if takes competing against his younger brother.

The Milwaukee Bucks are viewed as one of the teams that could possibly make the NBA Finals next season especially with the way Giannis has been playing. 

Lakers on the other hand, have not lost the potential of competing for the championship despite missing out on NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. 

Both Lakers and Bucks seem to be equipping their roster with talents that could help them win more games next season.

The Bucks just signed veteran three-point shooter Kyle Korver, who has enough championship experience and could play a big role for the team during the playoffs while the Lakers has been continuously pursuing prospects and reports claim that the team now has 18 players in their roster.

giannis Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks reacts to a foul called against him during the game against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on December 21, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images