3. Become a Top-Five Offense
The Bucks finished seventh overall this season in offensive rating and could easily jump to top five. Giannis is a matchup nightmare for nearly all players in the NBA, which is why the team should continue running the offense through him.
The front office would be wise to surround him with additional spot-up shooters this offseason for lineups with him and four shooters, a la Cleveland with LeBron. If Maker takes the next step, while Bledsoe and Giannis blend more, their starting group would be one of the stronger groups in the Eastern Conference.
If the team was able to land a shooter, such as Wayne Ellington, that can run off of screens like Kyle Korver did in Atlanta, he’d be a perfect fit in the new offense. Ellington also showed an ability to create his own offense, which gives the team another creator alongside Bledsoe and Giannis to open up the offense even more.
Pick and rolls involving Bledsoe and Giannis would become more of a threat if he was able to maintain his shooting that he achieved after he left Phoenix. Just like his defensive system, Budenholzer can develop an offensive system that can put up points in a hurry.