3 trade packages that would send Giannis Antetokounmpo to the Heat

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Trade Package #1

Heat acquire Giannis Antetokounmpo, Donte DiVincenzo

Bucks acquire Duncan Robinson, Kendrick Nunn, Andre Iguodala, Kelly Olynyk, 2020 first round pick, 2022 first round pick

In this last hypothetical, the Heat manage to hold onto both Adebayo and Herro, but they part with two other young pieces, and two picks.

Milwaukee acquires Duncan Robinson and Kendrick Nunn, two young guards with potential, as well as Miami’s 2020 first round pick and 2022 first round pick.

This would give Milwaukee a young foundation in the backcourt, plus future picks that could be used or traded.

While this deal doesn’t give Milwaukee one of Adebayo or Herro — whom they’d likely covet — there are still assets in this deal which would serve as a better outcome than seeing Antetokounmpo walk in 2021 as a free agent.

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