The Milwaukee Bucks came up with a big win Saturday night over the Portland Trail Blazers, and it was nearly all thanks to their budding superstar, Giannis Antetokounmpo.

The Greek Freak dropped a career-high 44 points and also finished with eight rebounds, four assists, and two steals. One of those steals, however, was a matter for debate.

Late in the game, the Bucks trailed 110-109 and desperately needed a stop. Thanks to Giannis, they got one.

As C.J. McCollum tried to navigate the Bucks' hectic defensive pressure, he dribbled toward the free-throw line and tried to protect the ball. Giannis knocked the ball away, then sprinted down the other end of the floor and threw down a dunk to put the Bucks up 111-110.