An 11-year-old fan made artwork for over a year in the hopes she'd be able to deliver it to Giannis Antetokounmpo one day, and his reaction moved her to tears at his appearance in Stoughton on Wednesday.
Pete Stauffer added the video to YouTube on Wednesday night with the caption: "My 11 year old daughter had worked on several art projects for a year and half, and kept them in a folder in the hopes to one day deliver to the Greek Freak. He accepted graciously."
Antetokounmpo was so moved by gesture that he got up from the autograph table to compliment her on her work and to take a picture with her.
Antetokounmpo is one of the front-runners for the MVP award this season in the NBA, leading the Bucks to the NBA's best record with only six games to play. Hundreds of fans lined up for the appearance in Stoughton, some arriving 12 hours prior to the scheduled start of the event. His interview with Mike Heller from the appearance is below.