Tiger Fight, September 26 News Today, former NBA player Kevin Garnett was interviewed on a podcast show about the Bucks player Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Tiger Fight，9月26日新闻今天，前NBA球员Kevin Garnett在关于雄鹿球员Giannis Antetokounmpo的播客节目中接受了采访。
When talking about the Bucks' defeat against the Heat in the Eastern Conference semifinals, Garnett said: "The playoffs are up to you to adjust. The Bucks need to make adjustments at the level of coaching and tactics. They are still playing the regular season. That set. I understand their set is very useful in the regular season, but you still need to make one or two key adjustments, one or two that can affect the game and change the trend of the series. The Heat did this, So they moved to the next level."
"Antetokounmpo is the kind of player that is easy to use. If you don't use Antetokounmpo well, then you shouldn't be there at all. Antetokounmpo can easily play shocking Data, so the Heat used the entire team to defend him. Often when Antetokounmpo gets the ball, the Heat have 2-3 people waiting for him near him. Therefore, the Bucks must make adjustments to deal with this. Circumstances. Now that the series is over, I don’t think we need to fire Mike Budenholzer. You just need to add helpers to Antetokounmpo. But first you have to keep Antetokounmpo, which belongs to the Bucks. Top priority." Garnett added.
“ Antetokounmpo是一种易于使用的球员。如果您不能很好地使用Antetokounmpo，那么您根本就不会在那里。Antetokounmpo可以轻松打出令人震惊的数据，因此热火整个球队都在为他辩护。通常当Antetokounmpo拿到球时，热火会在他附近等2-3个人，因此，雄鹿必须做出调整以应对这种情况。情况现在，系列赛结束了，我认为我们不需要解雇Mike Budenholzer。您只需要在Antetokounmpo中添加助手即可。但是首先，您必须保留属于雄鹿的Antetokounmpo。” Garnett添加了。
When asked if Antetokounmpo should seek a deal, Garnett replied: "He needs more help, but he can get these in the Bucks. The East will be very different next year. Kevin- Durant will have a comeback, and there will be John Wall who hasn't seen him in a long time. The East will be very different next year.
I don't think Antetokounmpo will leave. I think he is very comfortable in the small market team. He doesn't want those extra responsibilities in the big ball market. He is the kind of tough and stubborn kid. So he can stay with the Bucks for another three years to see the final result. I don't know if this is the smartest choice, but he is the kind of guy who is arrogant and not easy to compromise. He just wants to play for a team and become famous here. I don't think he will leave. "