Giannis Antetokounmpo gives Lakers the slightest hint of free hand

<pre><pre>Giannis Antetokounmpo gives Lakers the slightest hint of free hand

Giannis Antetokounmpo is the biggest star of Milwaukee Bucks since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. However, the current MVP's recent comments on his future will raise fears that he may follow the path of the Hall of Fame Center.

Antetokounmpo, who can become an unrestricted free agent after the next season, spoke about his desire to play with his two brothers Thanasis and Kostas when he mentioned Los Angeles as a potential destination where the dream could come true.

The 27-year-old Thanasis is currently a little used reserve for the goats, while the 22-year-old Kostas has a two-way contract with the Lakers.

"I think that would be great." Giannis told USA Today. "Of course we would spend more time together. I am 100 percent sure that my mother would love that. But if we could end up in a team in Milwaukee, LA, it would be great."

The 25-year-old Giannis has given little sign that he wants to leave Milwaukee, who designed it in 2013 and currently has the best record of the NBA with 46: 8. On July 1, the superstar striker could sign a $ 247.3 million five-year Supermax extension with the Bucks that would set a league record. After losing last season to the Eastern Conference Finals, a source near Giannis ESPN said that reaching the NBA final this season could decide whether to sign again with the Bucks next year or with the freelance agency entry.

Thanasis was a selection of the Knicks from the second round of 2014, which mainly played in two seasons in the G-League. He then spent three seasons abroad before moving to Giannis in Milwaukee this season. Kostas, who was elected in the second round in 2018, also spent the vast majority of his first two seasons in the G-League.