By Adam Roberts – 11/5/2020
We could have more answers on when we’ll see the Bucks and the rest of the NBA begin the 2020-21 season after a 19-20 season that saw a months-long suspension and a finish inside a bubble.
According to Associated Press reports, the NBA Players Association is expected to approve a December 22nd start to the season. The league’s board of governors and the NBAPA met today to discuss the reduced 72-game schedule. Commissioner Adam Silver reportedly expects a firm decision by this week to begin the quick turnaround from the end of last season.
In addition, we continue to wait and see what will happen with the Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo. Rumors have circulated that he will in fact sign a super-max, but these have been from non-credible sources.