15. D.J. Wilson
As the 17th pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, D.J. Wilson was a colossal disappointment during his rookie season. That’s saying a lot considering there aren’t very high expectations for a player taken in the middle of the first round.
Wilson only appeared in 22 games last year, averaging 3.2 minutes per appearance. Not something to write home about.
Wilson has a nice opportunity to step up this season and earn some playing time with Jabari Parker having departed to the Chicago Bulls. However, the Bucks’ brass has shown they don’t have much confidence in the second-year player out of Michigan by signing Ersan Ilyasova and Pat Connaughton this summer. Until he does something on an NBA court, Wilson will stay way down on the list.