Paul George, LA Clippers
Paul George is a very skillful two-way player who has all of the tools to contribute to a championship roster. After many disappointing seasons with the pairing of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, it may be worth calling the Clippers to inquire about one of their stars. George, being the more healthy and having less of an asking price, would make more sense for the Bucks roster.
At 33 years old, George is undeniably in the later stages of his career but is still a top 10 two-way player in the NBA. In the past two postseasons, the Bucks have had no answer for talented wing scorers such as Jayson Tatum and Jimmy Butler. As great of a defender as Holiday is, it can be difficult to guard opponents with a three or four-inch height advantage. Standing at 6-foot-8, George has the ability to slow down guards and forwards.
Offensively, the eight-time NBA All-Star would be a seamless fit alongside Giannis. George has been known as an elite scorer for over a decade and has the ability to operate as a spot-up 3-point shooter as well. As long as George stays healthy, he would be an option worth considering.