5. D.J. Wilson
D.J. Wilson was the Bucks 17th overall pick in last year’s draft and was a huge disappointment. Even though the expectations aren’t very high for the 17th pick, Wilson still somehow failed to meet even the lowest bar.
He spent most of his season in the G-League and only appeared in 22 games, averaging 3.2. minutes per game for Milwaukee. Unlike former first-round bust Rashad Vaughn, Wilson never really flashed any useful talents during his time in the NBA. This has led to very little hype around the second-year player and someone the Bucks would be willing to part with.
Unlike the rest of the guys on this list, he doesn’t have a lot of salary attached to his name. He could be a sweetener to add to the mix in case any team sees the youngster as still having untapped potential. Even though that’s probably unlikely at this point, Wilson still has a high chance to be included in any deal thanks to his lower contract number.