Last week, the Ringer’s Jonathan Tjarks penned an article titled, “The Bucks are reliably interesting, but when will they be consistently good?” This week, we talked with him about it and some of his other thoughts on the Bucks on the Locked on Bucks podcast.
Jonathan offered further detail on a number of the topics he wrote about, including:
Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker
- What type of players will they become moving forward?
- If Antetokounmpo takes over the lead playmaking role, how will that affect Parker?
- Is there someone else that plays like Parker? Can he adjust his game to get to the free throw line?
The Bucks Shooting Guard Options
- How can Tony Snell help? How can the Bucks help Snell?
- What does Rashad Vaughn’s future look like in the NBA?
- Can Malcolm Brogdon help out at shooting guard?
- Is the solution simply to play Mirza Teletovic with Antetokounmpo and Parker and bypass any of the “true” shooting guard options?
- What type of player can Maker become as he develops?
- Is he potentially the answer to many of the problems with the Bucks’ strange lineups?
- Is it okay to limit players from doing certain things while trying to develop them?
- What are the proper expectations for this Bucks season? How do you measure success?
- How many wins can Bucks fans expect?
- Is it actually a good year to be in the lottery? Who could the Bucks possibly add in the draft?