The Bucks are coming into this draft with what will likely be a very high pick, and there has been a ton of debate on who they should take. Wiggins has tons of potential, Embiid is a two-way big man that could develop into a franchise changing center piece, and Parker is a baller.
What about Exum, and the idea of running the floor with two very fast combo guards that can push the pace, score, and involve their teammates? I'm thinking a lot about the Phoenix Suns and the success they have had with Dragic and Bledsoe running the floor together, pushing the pace off turnovers, rebounds, and sometimes even made shots. That team has been the surprise of the year and the style is exciting and effective.
Teaming up the speedy Knight and Exum -plus the fantastic transition game Giannis already has- could be a way to turn this team around quickly and bring the Bucks back into relevancy, just like it did with the Suns. With the defensive acumen of Sanders and Giannis, blocked shots could become races to the other end for dunks and easy layups. If we hold onto Adrien, his rebounds could be a starting gun to easy buckets.
There are of course some differences, such as our coach and not having the floor-spacers the Suns possess. Does anyone think this draft choice would be worth a shot if the team could perform next season like the Suns have this season? Do we have the personnel to actually try this approach, or am I just day dreaming?