JUST IN: The Warriors allegedly “dream” of signing an NBA famous superstar this summer

The Golden State Warriors are in danger of missing the playoffs, even with their recent surge. Their dynasty is in jeopardy.

Antetokounmpo weighing his Bucks extension

With a largely healthy squad, they haven’t missed the playoffs since 2012, and there have been a lot of reports recently suggesting they want to make a significant trade.

Although Shams Charania revealed that their “dream” target this summer is Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo, citing ClutchPoints, that significant move did not occur before the trade deadline.

After the Bucks suffered consecutive losses early in the playoffs this past summer, there was conjecture that Antetokounmpo may depart, but they later acquired future Hall of Fame player Damian Lillard.

Then, Antetokounmpo appeared to have solidified his position with Milwaukee when he inked an extension that would keep him with the team through the 2027–2028 campaign.

Though they have probably the greatest squad in the conference on paper, Milwaukee has underperformed throughout the season and is now in third place in the Eastern Conference.

In his peak, 29-year-old Antetokounmpo is averaging 30.8 points, 11.2 rebounds, and 6.4 assists per game this season while shooting 61.6 percent from the field.

Though it’s extremely unlikely that he would leave the Bucks and end up in Golden State, it may give the team’s fading dynasty a much-needed boost.

What would Golden State have to give up to acquire Antetokounmpo, if a deal between the two clubs were ever completed?

The Bucks would undoubtedly ask for a lot, including a few young players and several first-round draft selections.


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