2. Aaron Holiday
Aaron Holiday is one of the names the Bucks are most often linked with so he might be the player the Bucks select on draft night.
Even though his overall game might not dictate he gets picked as high as 17, the fit in Milwaukee is what really makes him a steal. As a point guard, he can play either on or off the ball which is extremely important in Milwaukee. He’ll need to learn how to be an effective player as he hands the reigns over to Antetokounmpo and Middleton for long stretches.
In order to do so, he must continue developing his already lethal three-point shot. As it stands, he can knock down the outside shots off the dribble, spot-ups or screens. That will be of great help to Milwaukee in spacing the floor for its stars.
He might never be more than a backup, but as long as he’s a good backup that’s fine for the Bucks right now. Holiday could come in and spell Bledsoe and help give some much-needed firepower to their second unit.