Summary of “The Bucks’ Coaching Choice Will Be the Biggest Move of the Giannis Era”

Giannis Antetokounmpo is now a legitimate superstar, but the rest of the team has not kept pace.
Giannis is leading the Bucks in per-game scoring, rebounds, and assists, and is second on the team in steals and blocks.
The final straw came in a 116-94 loss to Philadelphia on Saturday, which Giannis sat out with a sore knee.
The Bucks are one of the longest and most athletic teams in the NBA, with John Henson at center, Giannis and Khris Middleton on the wings, and Bledsoe and Malcolm Brogdon in the backcourt.
There’s no reason to have so many physically gifted players playing out of position when they should be able to keep their men in front of them.
Giannis won’t be a free agent until after the 2020-21 season, but an NBA team lucky enough to have a player of his caliber is always on the clock.
The opportunity to coach a superstar like Giannis doesn’t come around often.
Who the Bucks hire now is the most important decision the franchise has made since it drafted Giannis.

The orginal article.