4 big offseason-shaping questions that the Milwaukee Bucks need to answer.
Just a couple of weeks ago, the Milwaukee Bucks were preparing for what they believed would be a long playoff run. In the end, it was nothing much but another disappointing (and embarrassing) postseason run for the Bucks. It wasn’t just that the Bucks lost to the Miami Heat, is that they were outclassed in nearly every game.
Heading into the offseason, the historic first-round playoff exit is only going to make things all the more complicated for the Bucks. There are some big questions that the Bucks will need to answer over the next few weeks that will go a long way in shaping the offseason for the team.
Is it time to move on from head coach Mike Budenholzer?
There are already whispers that the Bucks may be ready to move on from head coach Mike Budenholzer. With the way this season ended and considering the team’s questions all over the roster, this may be the ideal time for a change at the head coaching position.
But before the Bucks move forward with this type of move, there’s one thing they need to ask themselves: is there truly a better option out there on the open market? Because if there’s no, it wouldn’t make all that much sense for the team to move on from Bud.
The last thing the Bucks need is to fire coach Bud and then hire a coach that isn’t ready for the moment. All signs may be pointing to a head-coaching change for the Bucks. And it could come sooner than we realize.