Giannis and family break down iconic plays and clips from new biopic ‘Rise’ | Highlights with Omar

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Giannis, Thanasis, Kostas, Alex and Veronica Antetokounmpo join Omar Raja to react to highlight dunks and clips from the Antetokounmpo biopic “Rise,” which is out now on Disney+.

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