Unfortunately, like every other star, he will probably want to leave Milwaukee as soon as he proves himself.
I don't think Jabari is your typical young NBA star player.
He wanted to come to Milwaukee to be close to his family. His dad has a liver condition which requires frequent dialysis, so MKE was second only to Chicago. There were even rumors that he blew his Cleveland workout so they wouldn't take him because he preferred MKE so much more. He and his family are also very comfortable and familiar with the city. He has been playing 5/6 tournaments a year up here since he was a young teen. I recall reading somewhere that he used to take the train up here by himself to attend the NY2LA basketball camps and considers Milwaukee his second home.
He is also a devout Mormon -- you won't see him smoking, drinking or clubbing. Maybe he can knock some sense into Sanders! I am hoping that he helps revive the Bucks franchise and eventually becomes the Robin Yount/Paul Molitor type of icon this city has been missing for the last two decades. That picture of Jabari with Heldt is f'n awesome and hopefully just the beginning.