Giannis: Bucks won't change approach this year

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Eric WoodyardESPN

Giannis Antetokounmpo said the Milwaukee Bucks won’t change their approach this season, citing the regular-season success over the past two seasons.

But that doesn’t mean the team can’t get better, especially in the postseason, where the Bucks have made early exits in the Eastern Conference finals and Eastern Conference semifinals.

“I don’t think we change the way we approach it because it’s been working the last two years. We’ve won a lot of games and we’ve created winning habits,” Antetokounmpo said Monday. “Obviously, I think we’ve got to get better. We throw a first punch. We’ve got to throw a second punch and the second punch is gotta be better in the playoffs so you’ve got to basically do what you do in the regular season, you’ve got to carry over in the playoffs then you’ve got to do it even better.”

Milwaukee has ended with the best record in the league for two consecutive seasons, but has fallen short of the NBA Finals. The Bucks have not won a title since 1970-71 and haven’t made it to the championship round since 1973-74.

With Antetokounmpo locked up to

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