Where Huerter has been a late riser and Hutchison has stayed steady throughout the draft process, Dzanan Musa has been a slider of late.
He was originally projected to go in the late teens by some draft outlets, but is now falling down toward the end of the first round. It’s unclear what exactly has led to this slide, but maybe it’s due to the fact that teams are able to get a better picture of exactly the type of player he is.
Musa is a score-first wing who could theoretically take over the Jabari Parker role off the bench if he departs. Musa can hit a plethora of tough shots thanks to his creativity and advance ball-handling. Unfortunately, his shot selection and isolation style would be detrimental to the team.
Far too often he catches the ball on a rotation and holds onto it while trying to attack his man instead of continuing to swing it around and find the open teammate. This is a worst-case scenario for a Bucks’ team who wants to get as many shots as possible to Antetokounmpo and Middleton. There’s already some concern that Eric Bledsoe and Parker hold onto the ball too often and take some chances away. Adding Musa would be a disaster to the team’s chemistry.