2014 NBA Draft: 5 Players Milwaukee Bucks Should Target at No. 2

5 Players Milwaukee Bucks Should Target at No. 2

Andrew Wiggins 2014 NBA Draft
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Now that fans have had a couple of days to adjust to the fact that the Milwaukee Bucks will not pick No. 1 in the 2014 NBA Draft, let’s take a look at five players who they should target at No. 2.

5. Dante Exum

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5. Dante Exum

Dante Exum 2014 NBA Draft
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Dante Exum is supposed to be the most talented point guard in the draft. If he is as good as NBA scouts are making him out to be, he could be an elite PG in no time.

4. Julius Randle

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4. Julius Randle

Julius Randle 2014 NBA Draft
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Julius Randle comes in at No. 4 because he is one of the most NBA-ready prospects and he has the talent to dominate the post. Plus, he would be a nightmare for most teams if he could improve his shot.

3. Joel Embiid

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3. Joel Embiid

Joel Embiid 2014 NBA Draft
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Joel Embiid is the best center in this draft class. He has the talent to become a superstar at the big man position, which is something we haven’t really seen in quite some time. With that said, Dwight Howard is still pretty good.

2. Jabari Parker

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2. Jabari Parker

Jabari Parker 2014 NBA Draft
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Jabari Parker is the most NBA-ready player in the draft. If the Bucks wants a player who will contribute right off the bat, Parker is their man. The sky is the limit with Parker and he should become one of the better scorers in the league. If he meets expectations that is.

1. Andrew Wiggins

Andrew Wiggins 2014 NBA Draft
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1. Andrew Wiggins

Andrew Wiggins 2014 NBA Draft
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Andrew Wiggins. How many times have you heard that name over the past year or so? Probably a lot. He has the most talent, the most potential and he should turn into a very, very good player at the NBA level. This should be the No. 1 target for every single team in the draft. The only problem is he will probably go in the top three. He is the best player and should go No. 1 in my opinion, though.

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