The Milwaukee Bucks finished with the NBA’s best record before being derailed by the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals.
At No. 30 overall, the Bucks could look to add a player with some two-way potential in Arizona State guard Luguentz Dort. The Canadian averaged 16.1 points per game for the Sun Devils as a freshman, but will need refining as a shooter to make it at the NBA level.
He hit just 40.5 percent overall and 30.7 percent on 5.2 3-point attempts per game, numbers that indicate he might need to have his shot reworked this summer.
But he’s a load at 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, with a body more like that of a safety than a shooting guard. He’s also very good defensively who will use his feet and length to beat offensive players to their spot.
He could be a very physical defensive 2-guard at the NBA level (think Marcus Smart) and he has a lot of room to improve as a shooter, which only gives more potential upside to the 20-year-old.