In a best-case scenario, one of these five players would fall to the Bucks, preferably Robert Williams. Although that seems unlikely, a man can dream, can’t he?
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Kevin Knox could potentially fill in Jabari Parker‘s role as a scoring forward off the bench if Parker isn’t re-signed this summer. If the Bucks do draft Knox, it’s probably a sign they are preparing to move on without the former second overall pick.
Collin Sexton is a point guard with a killer instinct out of Alabama. It’s highly unlikely he drops, but he’d be a great addition to the Bucks. He’d give them an intense scoring point who would have to learn how to play off the ball. Also, he could end up as the point guard of the future given Eric Bledsoe‘s contract status after 2018.
Troy Brown Jr. and Lonnie Walker IV would give the Bucks some much-needed depth in the backcourt. With Tony Snell struggling with passiveness, Milwaukee needs a backup wing who can put the ball through the hoop and both guys fit the bill.
As I mentioned, Williams would be the dream candidate for the Bucks, although he’s been rising on draft boards lately. He’s a rim-rocking center in the mold of DeAndre Jordan or Clint Capela and is exactly what the Bucks need from the 5.