Jared Dudley says Milwaukee Bucks won’t get LeBron James, shouldn’t worry
The Milwaukee Bucks area team on the rise, and with a new head coach in Mike Budenholzer as well as an entire summer and training camp together, they just might become legitimate contenders next season.
Before next season begins, however, everyone is looking at NBA free agency this summer as a number of superstars could very well be on the move to new teams and conferences. LeBron James and Paul George are the two biggest names out there, and both are expected to consider multiple destinations, including their previous teams in the Cleveland Cavaliers and Oklahoma City Thunder, respectively.
Unfortunately, one of those destinations for LeBron James will not be the Milwaukee Bucks. Forward Jared Dudley said that if he was a coach or general manager, he would not add James to a roster already constructed around Greek star Giannis Antetokounmpo.
0% sorry 😂.. But The Greek Freak has arrived and is about to take over the league so don’t worry you’ll be fine https://t.co/8hO2eqUJoA
— Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619) June 14, 2018
Fortunately for the Bucks, they aren’t considered to be one of the teams James could join this summer. So far, the Los Angeles Lakers have been the odds on favorite, and a local big name high school in Sierra Canyon has been linked to James’ son. Although that was later debunked, a ClutchPoints source said that James’ wife, Savannah, was at the school gathering admissions information.
The Bucks have a bright future ahead of them, with out without James, and it’ll be interesting to see if they can take that next step in the playoffs.