Over/Under: How Big Are Giannis Antetokounmpo's Hands?

Milwaukee Bucks v Boston Celtics - Game Seven
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Giannis Antetokounmpo isn't only the NBA's reigning MVP, but he's also got some of the biggest hands in the league. He proved that Monday while taking photos prior to the New York Yankees-Tampa Bay Rays game at Yankee Stadium, practically making a baseball disappear in his own mitts.

How Big Are Giannis Antetokounmpo's Hands?

While Giannis is typically known for his 7-foot-3 wingspan, his hands are no slouch. At 9.85 inches in length and spanning 12 inches from pinky to thumb, Antetokounmpo's hands are the second largest set in the NBA behind only Dallas Mavericks' center Boban Marjanović, whose hands are estimated to be 10.75 inches long and 12 inches from pinky to thumb.

Monday's impressive display surely wasn't the first time fans and/or TV personalities have noticed just how large Giannis' hands are either. In February 2017, Antetokounmpo appeared on ESPN's "The Jump," where his hands looked seemingly two times the size of the hands of the show's host, Rachel Nichols.

And during Antetokounmpo's rookie season, The Greek Freak's paws looked to be larger than life during a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Now that most the moves made this NBA offseason have simmered down, at least we can talk about how enormous these players are in order to keep the Association in the mid-summer headlines.

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