Bit of a hot take, but Giannis needs to learn to play basketball. In my eyes he is a bit like Shaq in his Orlando days - different era, different skillset, but the major point is that it seems he can only do one thing - straight line drive to the basket and dunk. Yes, he does euro-steps and layups too, with a bit of footwork here and there - but basically he ain't really scoring unless his wrist is in the basket with the ball.
Shaq took his team to the finals with that skill and physical play in an earlier era (but got his butt whooped by Hakeem, who could play basketball), Giannis might not, as I don't really like anyone on his team over anybody on this Heat team. Bucks players pretty much are "just another guy"s, even Middleton. He is good, but not a real all star, not a real 2nd guy on a champ team. Lopez bros are good, but nothing special. Bledsoe same. Matthews, Korver are washed. Hill is OK, but again, nothing special at this point. Kinda like DiVicenzo (liked him at drafttime too). Now if I look at the age of these guys and some of their injury history... I really DO NOT like the future of the Bucks. Giannis will have had enough of this next year, question is where he goes.
Sidenote to this post - I really like this Heat team. Jimmy is just a tough oldschool mf-ing gangsta, and that team is well thought, well coached, has balance inside and out, good mix of age groups and personalities. If they get another star who is in line, their (and Jimmys) type they can do a lot of damage in the next 2-5 years, and even get some hardware along the way.
Sidenote to the sidenote: I dunno who is doing the scouting for miami, and I m lazy to look it up, but I have loved (even before draft time) their choices. I was all over Bam, and liked Herro as well, as I watched both play in a handfull of college games. Also a couple of other guys they have (Nunn and Robinson) who weren't even on my radar. So whoever is responsible for drafting over there needs a damn payraise, those 4 guys might mean the difference in a championship run, as they are very important contributors from 10+ picks, or even undrafted - on (relatively) low salary, which will kinda stay the same for their next contract as they will only be eligable for rookie max - if that.