Giannis Antetokounmpo Destroyed Thunder Sign and Then Offered to Pay for Damages

In case you weren't aware already, Giannis Antetokounmpo is a huge competitor.

So when something on the court doesn't go his way, he tends to take his anger out however he can. After a less than stellar first half against the Thunder on Sunday, a furious Greek Freak allegedly took his frustrations out on a sign of the OKC logo in the hallway at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Yikes, he must have been absolutely STEAMING considering the damage done to the Thunder logo there.

After the game, media members caught up with the 24-year-old to ask about the incident. Giannis, clearly embarrassed by his actions, explained that he plans to pay for the sign, and even offered to trade a Bucks sign to the Thunder in exchange for the one he dismantled beyond repair.

If this is how Giannis reacts to a poor first half of a regular season game in November, we'd hate to see him get mad in the NBA Playoffs. He might just bring an entire arena down in a fit of rage.

But perhaps his rage is what channels his best basketball. His past five games have seen him post absurd numbers, including the 35 points, 16 rebounds and two 3's he hit against OKC.

A bad first half won't deter Giannis from bouncing back in the later part of a game, but you certainly don't want to be face-to-face with the Greek Freak when he's in the middle of a frustrating game.