"Here is the issue with the Bucks job. One year from now, Owner Wes Edens will turn control over to Owner Marc Lasry," Windhorst said. "So, a coach comes in. Yes, he gets Giannis. He knows that, but the coach doesn't 100 percent know that when the ownership thing revolves whether or not that owner is going to be on board with him."
This lead Owner agreement has been part of the ownership agreement ever since the new triumvirate took control, and now it's causing some coaches to get cold feet.
"That's a big factor for these guys coming into this job," Windhorst said. "And that's something the Bucks are going to have to alleviate when they have these interviews. 'Hey, how is this going to work in a year? Are you, who is sitting in the back of the room right now - when you are sitting in the front of the room, are you going to fire me?' That's a legitimate question."