Mike Budenholzer said that Giannis Antetokounmpo has fully recovered from a minor sprain in his left knee suffered against the Los Angeles Lakers before the season was suspended.

Antetokounmpo suffered the injury on March 6th, and did not play again as games were put on hold the following week.

"It's a huge advantage for us that Giannis will be completely and totally healthy. He's in a great place, both mentally and physically.

"Who's to say how things would have gone if we kept on playing? I'm not sure it would be safe to say [Giannis] would have missed a couple of weeks. Could it have been less? Maybe. Could it have been more? Perhaps. We can look back a bit and say, 'Wow, I wonder what would have happened there.' But the great thing is he's healthy now," said Budenholzer.

Budenholzer added that he's not dwelling on the Bucks losing their home-court advantage in Orlando. 

"At least we've been given the chance to play. It would have been so much worse if this team never had a chance to see how far it can go, if it never had a chance to get to the playoffs."