Giannis Antetokounmpo likes to take his time from the charity stripe, and when the Atlanta Hawks faithful let him know about it at State Farm Arena.
The result was a brutal airball as the crowd chanted reached 12 seconds for him to take a shot, albeit probably counting a bit fast.
Antetokounmpo has never enjoyed shooting free throws, but this postseason has added another twist when he was called for the rare 10-second violation at the line last series against the Nets. The two-time MVP could've used that in Game 4 to save him from the airball embarrassment.
A career 71% free throw shooter, Antetokounmpo has made just 55% of his shots from the stripe this postseason -- the worst postseason mark of his career.
To his credit, Antetokounmpo seemingly doesn't care about the crowd's taunts and the pressure to improve his foul shooting. He keeps attacking and using his length to draw contact.