Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images The NBA announced that Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo had won his second straight MVP award.
Highlighting the similarities and differences of the collapses of these two teams. Earlier this week, the Denver Nuggets completed a 3-1 deficit to defeat the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 7.
One way to assure Giannis Antetokounmpo the Bucks are firmly in win-now mode? Acquire Chris Paul.
Would Paul want to join a team that’s nowhere near championship contention?
The Milwaukee Bucks are looking to improve their roster this offseason after an Eastern Conference semifinal exit, but Oklahoma City point guard Chris Paul is "highly unlikely" ...
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Billy Donovan and D’Antoni have both decided to look for jobs elsewhere. First, it was Oklahoma City Thunder’s, Billy Donovan.
Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images It is highly likely that Chris Paul will be traded in the coming offseason Oklahoma City’s season ended against the Houston Rockets in dramatic fashion.
Since parting ways with the Thunder, Donovan has been linked to head coaching openings in both Philadelphia and Chicago.
It is unclear how Paul’s ball-dominant style might fit next to Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. In any event, Paul would be a tremendous get for both his basketball skills and his winning mentality.
Paul could be a hot commodity if he is made available by the Thunder over the offseason
These six candidates make the most sense for the Thunder
The Milwaukee Bucks have been eliminated from the NBA playoffs and may try to make a big move this offseason to make up for it.
Billy Donovan’s time as the Oklahoma City Thunder’s head coach has come to an end.
Regardless of which city he calls home next season, Chris Paul and the Thunder delivered a season that no one thought WAS possible, and one that won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
The Thunder finished with a 44-28 regular-season record, taking the Rockets to seven games before losing 104-102 in the final contest.
Oklahoma City would go on to outscore Houston by 12 in overtime to make this a series.
Oklahoma City Thunder coach Billy Donovan told reporters on Wednesday that guard and Sixth Man of the Year candidate Dennis Schroder returned to the NBA bubble on Monday and is currently quarantining.
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