But by the time the Bucks would unpack it all, analyzing the unflattering way in which they’d gone down and deciding what to do next on the roster front and, yes, as it pertained to Budenholzer, sources say the unique stresses that came with the unprecedented bubble environment were heavily considered. More specifically, the Bucks’ central role in the social justice efforts that were such a massive and meaningful part of the experience were seen internally as a likely factor in their demise. In the wake of the Jacob Blake shooting by a police officer in Kenosha, Wis., the Bucks decided on Aug. 26 not to play Game 5 against Orlando in the first round. As former Bucks point guard George Hill would later explain, they had no idea what might come next. In the end, the magnitude of the moment was monumental.