The retired Shaun Livingston was the last Warrior to wear No. 34, but that number could be used once again by an MVP.
Social media was set ablaze when it reported that the Golden State Warriors will actually be a threat to sign Giannis Antetokounmpo.
“The one team lurking out there — I don’t know how this would happen — but the Warriors have always been the big threat to go after Giannis,” ESPN’s Ramona Shelbourne said Monday on “The Jump.”
“It would be a difficult construction to make happen, but that is the one looming threat,” Shelbourne said. “It comes down to what kind of guy is Giannis. What does he want his legacy to be? Is he the kind of guy who stays with one team his entire career and tries to bring a championship to Milwaukee or does he pull a Kevin Durant and go join a group of super friends?”
It’s crazy to even think this, but it should be noted that Giannis shares the same agency as Warriors star Steph Curry and has the same agent as Steph’s brother Seth.
Given the firendly nature of the NBA these days, this is not out of the realm of possibility.
Antetokounmpo becomes a free agent after the 2020-21 season.
This past season, Giannis took home MVP honors after he posted 27.7 points, 12.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game.
After losing Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets, the Warriors front office will look to bring yet another superstar to San Francisco to keep their title contending hopes alive.