Piecing together the Milwaukee Bucks’ dream starting 5 in 5 years

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - OCTOBER 29 (Photo by John Fisher/Getty Images)
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Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo
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How would this Milwaukee Bucks team fare?

This Milwaukee Bucks team would be very good, as they would all complement each other well.

Of course, Giannis Antetokounmpo would lead the way, but the team would also have an electric guard next to him in Trae Young. These two would wreak some havoc together, as they would be one of the league’s most formidable duos. Antetokounmpo could attack down low on offense while Young makes things happen from the perimeter while providing pristine facilitating.

The wing tandem of Beauchamp and Bey would be interesting, especially for a Milwaukee team that has lacked a surplus wings above 6-foot-5 for a long time. In theory, Beauchamp could be Milwauke’s primary big wing defender while Bey provides a big jolt on the opposite end with his scoring. This would be an incredibly interesting one-two punch on the wing.

Turner would round things out very nicely as the team’s starting center, providing a good amount of interior defense and floor spacing. He and Giannis Antetokounmpo would make for a darn good defensive duo in the frontcourt, giving opposing scorers nightmares when they drive into the lane. Turner could certainly become an outright elite defender within the next few years.

This team could very well compete for a championship and keep Giannis Antetokounmpo happy enough to stick around in Milwaukee.

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