Bucks willing to spend into luxury tax to help Giannis

Ross Houston
September 15, 2020

Over the weekend, it was reported that Giannis met with Bucks ownership to discuss his future and what the team will be looking to do to improve the roster.

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The Bucks' payroll will be close to the proposed $132.7 million luxury-tax threshold for 2020-21. "I plow through it", Antetokounmpo said.

" At the end of the day, we've got to learn from everything that goes on in your life and in your career and hopefully gets better as a team". We're going to keep working. They also explored potential personnel upgrades that may be available to the franchise this upcoming offseason.

Coach Mike Budenholzer, who has two years left on a four-year contract, is expected to return after leading the Bucks to a 116-39 record over the past two regular seasons before untimely exits from the playoffs.

Friday's meeting coincided with Antetokounmpo unfollowing nearly everyone on social media. And that's never happening Antetokounmpo tell Haynes at the time.

Antetokounmpo will be eligible for a supermax contract extension this offseason and can become a free agent in 2021.

They certainly don't want to make a similar mistake with Antetokounmpo. It's unclear what Antetokounmpo will do with that offer since he doesn't have to sign it right away.

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