Published: Fri, January 10, 2020
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Has Stephen Curry given Bucks' Antetokounmpo a recruitment job? - Chico Enterprise Record

Has Stephen Curry given Bucks' Antetokounmpo a recruitment job? - Chico Enterprise Record

On the "hack-a-Giannis" strategy, Budenholzer warned teams to come up with something better to stop his star player, telling the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "The more he goes to the line, the better".

The Golden State Warriors dropped their sixth straight in a loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, yet the score wasn't the thing that made headlines after the final buzzer - the lead story surrounded Giannis Antetokounmpo's debut in San Francisco's new Chase Center.

Now, it looks like Steph Curry is very down for that idea, as he appeared to hit The Greek Freak with a sales pitch following his team's Wednesday night matchup against the Bucks.

Some are also quick to assume and so convinced that the Warriors' star is trying to recruit the NBA's reigning MVP to join his team. Who would not love having Antetokounmpo on their All-Star lineup for the next few years, right?

Giannis can become an unrestricted free agent following the completion of the 2020-2021 season. In the summer of the same year, Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder and jumped to the Warriors. "I think they built a great culture and great system around Giannis (Antetokounmpo)". He was holding the damaged shoe in his hand which allowed fans to see what exactly had happened. Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes said that the Curry explained to him that he was talking about teaming up for an online video game called "PlayerUnknown's Battleground".

As if those setbacks weren't bad enough, Steph Curry was also sidelined early in a season where they're now sporting a 9-30 record and have only the Hawks to thank for not being burdened with the shame that comes with being the worst team in the National Basketball Association. "Let's do it. Come on'".

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