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Milwaukee Bucks certain Giannis Antetokounmpo will sign five-year supermax deal

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NBA franchise Milwaukee Bucks are confident in getting Giannis Antetokounmpo to sign a five-year supermax contract worth around $220 million. The 25-year-old will go onto be one of the biggest free agents in the market if he chooses not to pen this deal with the Bucks. 

Giannis has been a part of the franchise since 2013. (SportsNet)

While several franchises have their eye set on Giannis, authorities of the Milwaukee Bucks remain positive that the power forward will extend his stay. If Giannis chooses to remain with the Bucks, then he will arguably sign the largest contract in the history of the league after already having been eligible for a supermax contract.

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The power forward has been part of the Milwaukee Bucks ever since the franchise roped him in the 2013 NBA Draft as the No.15 overall pick. Giannis has evolved into a top player with the side and has been awarded the NBA MVP award 2 times. While the Bucks have been able to bully their way around in the regular season for the last 2 years, they are yet to be anywhere close to a potential NBA title.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo’s say on the matter 

NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo Makes First Startup Investment In Ready  Nutrition
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Ardent Milwaukee Bucks fans fear that the player might choose to depart once his contract runs out with the franchise. However, the two-time consecutive NBA MVP is yet to give any hint regarding an exit.

The player had expressed his desire to continue with the Bucks if everyone remains on the same page regarding their pursuit for the elusive championship.

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Back in September, when Giannis was announced as the season’s MVP, the player was questioned about his future.

“I had a great meeting with the owners to talk about the team, what went wrong and what we can improve,” Antetokounmpo said. “As long as everybody’s on the same page and as long as everybody’s fighting for the same thing I’m fighting for every day, which is to be a champion, I don’t see why (I won’t) be in Milwaukee for the next 15 years.” Giannis had said

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