3. Ball movement
Budenholzer’s offensive system has been a thing of beauty, as he values ball movement, crisp passing and creative offensive sets in order to get the most out of his teams.
This is great news for the Bucks who far too often relied upon their corner offense last season, keeping the ball on one side of the floor until late in the shot clock. In fact, the predictability of their sets was so bad last season, teams often knew what was coming ahead of time.
Given all the offensive weapons the Bucks possess, constant ball movement would be a great way to exploit mismatches and set the Bucks up for success. Of course, they’ll want Antetokounmpo getting the ball more often than not and that can still happen within this type of offense. In fact, it should benefit him even more.