MILWAUKEE — It’s been three weeks since we’ve heard a referee whistle or seen Giannis Antetokounmpo put an opposing player on a poster, a trend that is likely to continue into the near future.
That being said, many team executives and coaches, including Mike Budenholzer, Jon Horst and Alex Lasry are hopeful the season will pick-up again this year. It all depends on social distancing and listening to medical experts.
Lasry, the Bucks Senior Vice President, has one message for fans who want to see this team host the Larry O’Brien Trophy – stay inside.
“If people want the Bucks to get back on the court, and want us to win the NBA Championship, stay inside,” Lasry told TMJ4 News.
As it stands the Bucks have the NBA’s best record (53-12) and a 6.5-game lead on the Toronto Raptors for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
The NBA Finals are scheduled for June, but first everyone has to do their part and listen to the guidelines set by medical experts. Perhaps then the reigning MVP and his team will be given a fighting chance for NBA glory.