If you have spent any time at all watching a Milwaukee Bucks game over the past few seasons you've heard it.
Try as they might, it's proven to be physically impossible for basketball analysts to avoid the temptation.
"If Giannis ever gets a consistent jumpshot, it's over!"
Well, in a terrifying development for the league, the reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo is taking and making more threes than he has at any point in his career, though, if you've been paying attention, this isn't a totally new development.
Last season, Antetokounmpo went 40-for-125 from beyond the arc after the turn of the new year. Those numbers equated to a very respectable 32 percent on 3.1 attempts per game.
Those numbers may have been all the indication we needed that Antetokounmpo was going to take steps towards becoming a legitimately respectable shooter from deep in 2019-20, and the early returns suggest it could be the case.
Antetokounmpo poured in 26 points in Milwaukee's 102-83 win over the Indiana Pacers, adding 13 rebounds and six assists, while burying three of his six shots from deep.
The three made triples continued what is the first legitimate volume hot streak of outside shooting for Antetokounmpo, as he is now 12-for-27 (44 percent) over his last five games on an incredible 5.4 attempts a night.