The NBA’s resumption of play poses several essential questions for the Milwaukee Bucks that only time can answer in their quest for a title.
For most of this season up until the stoppage of play in March, the league-best Milwaukee Bucks were free of questions. They possessed the second-best record in the association for the second straight year at 53-12, led by Giannis Antetokounmpo, the likely MVP winner once again.
While Antetokounmpo received most of the credit for Milwaukee’s success, the supporting cast for the Bucks was just as phenomenal. Milwaukee showcased how it had one of the most well-rounded rosters in the entire league, as no player on the team ranked in the top 50 in minutes per game.
For a team that played so well all season, the only question they seemingly faced was whether it was enough to end their long title drought and bring the city of Milwaukee its first championship in nearly 50 years. It was all smooth sailing for the Bucks this season up until March 6, where they suffered just their 10th loss of the season. The team went on to lose the next two straight, the only instance where they suffered consecutive losses all season, let alone three straight.
Although that was several months ago, the team could face some lingering issues from where they left off earlier this season. With so much on the line regarding these final months of resumed play, there are several questions pertaining to the Bucks and their success this season. Without further ado, here are three questions for the Milwaukee Bucks as they prepare to head to Orlando to finish the 2019-20 NBA season.