"There's so many things that we can get better [at]," the NBA Most Valuable Player finalist told reporters after the loss, "and we will get better. And we're gonna come out in Game 4, and we're gonna be us. We're gonna be the team that we've been all year."
Giannis added that everybody in the Bucks locker room is "really, really hungry." Sunday marked only the second loss for Milwaukee this postseason and first in the series as the Raptors cut the Bucks' series lead to 2-1.
Prior to fouling out in the second overtime period, the Greek Freak struggled in Game 3 with 12 points on 5-of-16 shooting from the field but pulled down 23 rebounds and dished seven assists.
Giannis' next chance to feast will be Tuesday in Game 4 at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena.