Greek Heritage Night for Giannis Antetokounmpo in Boston

Picture of people at last years game. Photo: Courtesy, Toni Kariotis.

BOSTON – A Greek Heritage Night will take place at “TD Garden” in Boston this Monday, December 4th, 2017, on the occasion of the NBA game Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics, and to honor none other than the NBA star, Giannis Antetokounmpo (The Greek Freak).

Boston is expecting over 1,000 Greeks to be in attendance.

Prior to the game, The Niko Galis All-Stars Game on the Boston Celtics court will take place. It will be presented by The Teddy K Classic Tournament, The Teddy Kariotis Foundation and The Harry Agganis Tournament. This will be a short game for Greek American children aged 8-12

The national Anthem will be sung by Erini and there will also be a Halftime Performance by The Sons and Daughters of Alexander the Great Dance Group.

Picture of Committee with the Consulate General of Greece in Boston. Photo: Courtesy, Toni Kariotis.

Tony Kariotis, Director of The Teddy K Classic stated the following: “I personally want to thank Mr. Costa Sideridis for heading this amazing effort and everyone else in the committee that made this possible. Last year it was a spur of the moment event, I sent a message out on Social Media and it was fun. This time we are coming united, hopefully we get Gianni’s attention” .

This event was made possible by this wonderful group:

Consulate General of Greece in Boston
Alpha Omega Council
The Teddy K Classic Tournament
Hellenic Women’s Club, EOK
The Agganis Tournament
AHEPA of Boston
New England Hellenic Medical & Dental
National Hellenic Society
The Circle of Hellenic Academy of Boston
Sons and Daughters of Alexander the Great Dance Group
Kefi FM Radio
The Greek Program
@Greece (Instagram Page)
Greekboston.com
Grecian Echoes
Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of New England
Olympiakos Boston Fan Club

1 Comment

  1. It’s nice to see these Greek heritage nights around the NBA, and it’s great that our fellow Greek Giannis is such a great player!

    As a Celtics fan, though, I’m happy Boston won the game.

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