Dec. 20 (UPI) -- "The Greek Freak" wants "The Brow" to join him in a Milwaukee Bucks jersey.
Giannis Antetokounmpo was the second player in as many nights to jump onto the Anthony Davis recruiting bandwagon when he told reporters Wednesday that he wants the New Orleans Pelicans star to come to Milwaukee.
Davis is not a free agent this offseason. He is due $27 million next season and has a $28 million player option in 2020. But that hasn't stopped the likes of LeBron James and Antetokounmpo from chiming in about their desire to bring "The Greek Freak" to their respective teams.
"Come to the Bucks, man," Antetokounmpo said to Davis following the Bucks' 123-115 win against the Pelicans on Wednesday in Milwaukee, according to NBA.com.
"Come to the Bucks."
On Tuesday, James told reporters that getting Davis to come to the Los Angeles Lakers "would be amazing."
"That would be amazing, like, duh. That would be incredible," James told ESPN.
Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry told reporters before Wednesday's game that the team was not ditching Davis.
"We're not trading him. I can say that to the world," Gentry said. "We're not gonna trade him, no matter what. That's not an option. It doesn't matter what anybody says or does. We're not trading Anthony Davis."
Davis, 25, is averaging 28 points, 12.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 2.8 blocks per game this season. The five-time All-Star has led the league in blocks three times and is averaging a league-high 36.8 minutes per game in 2018.