This is not how it was supposed to end for the Bucks, who were ousted in the second round of the playoffs after posting the NBA's best regular-season record.
The postseason failure adds a new layer of complexity to Milwaukee's hopes of keeping Antetokounmpo.
The reigning MVP and Defensive Player of the Year will have a big decision to make: sign a $220 million supermax extension that would put him in a Bucks uniform through 2025-26 or seek to leave Milwaukee by trade or free agency.
Let's look at the various outcomes for Giannis.
Note: The financials here are based on the salary cap and luxury tax holding at 2019-20 levels as expected. Dates are subject to adjustment.