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Giannis Antetokounmpo was named the MVP of NBA 2019 and a lot of other teams are waiting for him to become a free agent. The Milwaukee Bucks will offer him their best contract but Giannis would hardly stay there for any longer. Anthony Davis did the same when he left the New Orleans Pelicans and joined the Lakers to play along with LeBron James.

There are a lot of rumors which indicates that the Warriors are currently the leading team to sign Giannis in NBA 2021 free agency. Stephen Curry and Giannis Antetokounmpo are very good friends and that would convince the Bucks MVP to join the Golden State Warriors in future.

Stephen Curry and Giannis Antetokounmpo Friendship

Currry and Giannis Friendship

Giannis Antetokounmpo has always expressed playing together with the best talents in NBA and that way he could make his way to the finals. Everyone knows that Stephen Curry and Giannis are very close and they even selected each other at No. 1 overall pick in the NBA All-Star drafts as captains.

Curry and Antetokounmpo are also represented by the same agency Octagon and them playing together will always be a possibility. The two starts are adaptive with each other’ playing style and it was evident in the 2019 All-Star games.

Giannis in NBA 2021 Free Agency

Giannis in 2021 Free Agency

Golden State Warriors lost Kevin Durant and there is no way he’s getting back in the next summer or the summer after that. There is too much load on Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson is also recovering from an ACL injury. It is why the Warriors will be actively pursuing Giannis Antetokounmpo in the NBA free agency whenever he is available.

As of right now, the Bucks hold Giannis till NBA 2020-21 season and he would become a free agent in the year 2021. There is no way the Warriors won’t offer him a deal and Giannis would also love to play alongside Curry and D’Angelo Russell. Giannis is already looking for supporting players and Curry would convince him to join the Warriors.