The league’s reigning MVP, Giannis has taken his game to a new level this season. That said, let’s emphasize that Giannis would have to request a trade from Milwaukee because unless he does that, there’s no way the Bucks are dealing this type of generational talent.
Now, let’s assume he does. The Warriors could give a ginormous package for him. Multiple high-value first-round picks, young prospects on solid contracts, and then top-tier veterans like Klay Thompson could all become available.
Giannis has found his shot this season, much like Joel Embiid. Working on his only weakness, Giannis is averaging 1.5 threes per game, more than double his previous career-high. He’s also notching 29.6 points, 13.7 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game.
Every other aspect of his game has improved this season. He’s morphing into the best player in the NBA and will take over that title soon enough. His patience with the Bucks may only last so long though.
Although the Warriors may love the idea of all three, Giannis the only one that should really make sense at the moment.