FS1’s Chris Broussard seems to think so.
“Him and Steph, is that possible?” Broussard asked Friday on “First Things First.” Steph CurryBecause I think it would be great to see these two together.”
Yanis has a contract with this team Milwaukee Bucks Over the next two seasons, but he has a player option for the 2025-26 NBA season.
Curry will be 37 years old and entering his 17th year in the NBA at the start of the 2025 season. While it may be far-fetched to imagine a scenario pairing Antetokounmpo with the Warriors star, it can’t be completely ruled out.
During a recent interview with Tanya Ganguly of New York TimesAntetokounmpo has made it clear that he won’t sign a contract extension in Milwaukee if he doesn’t feel the organization is ready to compete at a championship level.
Broussard doesn’t believe he should sign a contract either. Instead, he believes Giannis should keep his options open as the Bucks face increasing challenges molding an aging roster into a championship contender.
But I will say this, I don’t think Giannis should sign an extension with the Bucks. Even if they win another championship, keep your options open.
“Even if they win another title, don’t sign an extension. Nobody’s going to kill you to leave with just one title. You won Milwaukee’s first championship since Kareem. They certainly can’t crush you. If you go with two. So, keep your options open, he’ll look at the field and see what Phoenix does, Miami if they succeed. Damian Lillard, LeBronIt has AD. All these teams gather themselves and what do we do? So, I say keep your options open, Janice.
It appears the Bucks have at least a few seasons to make sure their franchise player is happy with the team’s long-term prospects. However, the longer Antetokounmpo chooses not to sign an extension, the louder the clamor for possible moves like the one Broussard has suggested.