1. Dream deal
The NBA does not work like 2k where you can override the trades. Both sides have to agree to make a deal. The Raptors set a high price tag on all of their players, and the Bucks only have one first-round pick to offer. That won’t be enough to get anyone, but it is still worth dreaming about.
This is the Bucks’ top offer for OG Anunoby. Even if it does not interest Toronto, Milwaukee would love to add the versatile 6’7 wing that is just entering his prime.
Anunoby may blossom further in Cream City as he gets more open looks playing off Giannis. Could he shoot 40 percent from 3-point range while averaging 17 points, five rebounds, two assists, and two steals per game? He is familiar with new Bucks head coach Adrian Griffin from their days in Toronto together, and good luck scoring with Giannis and OG lurking on the wing.
Can the Milwaukee Bucks flip a piece or two for more draft capital to sweeten this deal? The Toronto Raptors have been against trading OG Anunoby, but that could change if Pascal Siakam is dealt. Expect the Bucks to have interest, but completing a deal won’t be easy.
Can Milwaukee get younger and stay in contention? Stay tuned to find out.