For Giannis Antetokounmpo, falling short of making it to the 2018-19 NBA Finals is a bitter pill to swallow. Seeing how he and the Milwaukee Bucks had their chances of making it to the last dance, the dream ended abruptly courtesy of the Toronto Raptors. However, it seems the Greek Freak has gotten over that painful run and proof of it is that he is now in high spirits.

The 24-year-old NBA star, undoubtedly one of the best basketball players in the planet right now, showed that he can do other stuff when not playing on the hardwood. TMZ Sports shared how Giannis and his brother Kostas danced after their workout, showing the world that they can also bust some moves when time permits. A video of the Antetokounmpo brothers doing that can be seen below.

Of course, Antetokounmpo's dance moves are far from perfect if one is to compare it to folks who know a step or two. He got his share of criticism, some even joking that he looked like a grandpa trying to look cool. Either way, it is a light side of Giannis that some may rarely see. But most importantly, his current state clearly shows that he has gotten over the painful NBA Eastern Conference Finals loss and is now prepping for next season.

Heading into next season, Antetokounmpo and company are expected to revisit the things that went wrong in the 2018-19 NBA season. Most felt that they let the opportunity slip past their hands although this is not to take away anything from the Toronto Raptors - who are one win away from being crowned NBA champions.

Looking at the 15th pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, one would initially say that he hardly has chinks in his armor. But if there is one facet that he may want to improve on, it could be his ability to hit it from deep, Fansided reported. His percentage from the three-point region dipped last NBA season, meaning it could be something he needs to work on this coming summer.

But then again, it may be best to factor in that Antetokounmpo does have options on the wings. Known to take it strong to the basket when he can, he can easily pass out to an open teammate and act as a decoy. Conversely, he could also find himself waiting in the wings - meaning it is something he could improve on (probably together with his dance moves) moving forward.

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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