The Milwaukee Bucks they are waiting for the future of the Greek Giannis Antetokounmpo, since in the event that you decide to reject the contract extension that they intend to offer you, they will have to seriously consider changing it to another franchise of the NBA. His market value is very high and building a project based on the players they can get in return seems like a sensible thing for the Bucks.
One of the organizations that would show more interest in a possible change for Giannis is the Miami Heat, who have been opening space in their salary cap in recent years with the intention of signing a star in the Greek category.
Under these circumstances, a possible trade package that the Heat would offer the Bucks for the European player’s final year of contract would be made up of Tyler Herro, Kendrick Nunn, Andre Iguodala, Kelly Olynyk and at least one first-round draft pick. future.
Within Miami they would prefer not to have to move Adebayo or Herro, however they most likely prefer to let Herro go, despite the fact that he is shaping up to become a franchise player at some point. Butler and Adebayo would be potentially nontransferable at Pat Riley’s discretion.
Bucks would be able to structure a much more solid team in defensive terms and incidentally they could bet on giving Herro the freedom to develop his potential, which is why it would be a very beneficial business for them if Giannis decides not to stay.
Another option for Miami is to simply wait until Antetokounmpo becomes a free agent in 2021 and then try to convince him, without having to hand over players to add him.