By winstonharris on March 29, 2014
The Milwaukee Bucks currently have the worst record in the Eastern Conference as well as the NBA. The team has been ravaged by injuries and inconsistency throughout the organization. Maybe these five free agents can turn their misfortunes into success.
Rodney Stuckey is a hard-nosed guard with a great ability to handle the rock. He has would be a great place to start a backcourt because of his experience and effort.
The Milwaukee Bucks would be smart to begin their transformation with Derrick Favors. The skilled post player is averaging 13 points and 8.7 rebounds per game. He would be a strong foundation on both ends of the floor.
Gordon Hayward has the intangibles that cannot be taught, and this is what the Bucks are missing. He gives 100 percent effort on both ends of the floor and is coachable. He would lift the team on his work ethic alone.
Greg Monroe could be another franchise player for the Milwaukee Bucks if they can land him. He would be a defensive anchor and a viable scoring option in the paint. The Bucks lack many things, and Monroe could shore up a few of them.
The Milwaukee Bucks are in need of players who are willing to work together to achieve a goal greater than individual success. Luol Deng embodies those very qualities and has a great skill set. Deng is capable of guarding positions 1-4, which would give the Bucks huge defensive flexibility.
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