The Milwaukee Bucks offseason looks to make roster moves to improve success down the playoff stretch. The trade market this offseason has brought a lot of talk around the league. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believes that Giannis Antetokounmpo won't be heading anywhere if appropriate action is taken in the offseason. The Athletic’s Shams Charinia reported on Wednesday that the New Orleans Pelicans are conversing about trades involving Jrue Holiday in which he could land in Milwaukee for the right scenario. Among other talks for the Bucks include a possible deal for Chris Paul of the Oklahoma City Thunder or Victor Oladipo of the Indiana Pacers in which both would result in the transaction of receiving Eric Bledsoe, Donte DiVincenzo with two first-round picks in 2021 and 2023, followed by second-round pick in 2023. Reports from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski found the start of the free agency date won't be solidified until right before the draft date on November 18th.