Colin Cowherd: “I love Giannis and think he’s earnest when he says he wants to stay in Milwaukee, but if they can’t get to the Finals? Khris Middleton is a max player, and it’s not a free agent hub like Miami. I could see Giannis going, ‘listen man, I’m in my window and have got six years in this window and I gotta start putting up titles'. You did that, what do you think is going through his head?”
Chris Bosh: “I think it’s having short-term goals in the beginning. I’m sure he’s there, he’s totally present, he wants to bring a championship to Milwaukee, he wants to defend his MVP title, and he wants to be the best player out there… But eventually? Listen, in my career being the number one we barely made the playoffs and had to fight like hell to get there, then we’re out of there in five or six games. But to constantly knock at the door and not get through was tough. Let’s say they make the Finals and play the Lakers or the Clippers. When you are who he is, they are sending the whole team at you and you have to depend on your teammates to make plays… This free agency period is going to be very, very quick, so Giannis could potentially be in another uniform by the end of the year.” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to former NBA All-Star Chris Bosh, a player who at one time was one of the league's best players on the Raptors before making his way to the Miami as a part of the 'Big Three’ with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, explain to Colin Cowherd why he thinks Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo could pull off a similar move as he did, and take his talents to another team in pursuit of championships at season’s end.
Check out the interview segment above as Bosh details why it’s not easy for superstar players to stick with their maiden franchises this day in age, if their team is clearly not equipping them enough to win championships in the prime of their career.