Concerns over Giannis Antetokounmpo's future plague the Bucks.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of the NBA's most skilled players, is sure to pique the interest of teams all over the league as he approaches free agency. 

The Milwaukee Bucks' best player's future may be scrutinized in the upcoming season, according to a recent issue of Marc Stein's newsletter The Steinline. 

Stein also reaffirmed that, should Giannis ever ask to be traded from Milwaukee, the New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers are two of the likely front-runners.

Since winning the Larry O'Brien Trophy in 2021, the Bucks have been unable to make a serious title challenge.

Milwaukee's issues grew worse when the Bucks were eliminated in the first round of the 2023 playoffs. 

Giannis recently told the New York Times that he won't sign a contract extension with Milwaukee unless his teammates and the organization demonstrate a same degree of dedication to his own. 

Giannis ought to be vying for championships every year as one of the top five NBA players. If he declines his player option,

he will be entering his age-31 season by the time he becomes eligible for free agency. Since the Bucks may not be able to match his title aspirations, there is a real risk that the two-time MVP will seek to go. 

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