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Milwaukee Bucks 2020 NBA Draft Big Board 1.0: Establishing The First 10 Prospects

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After scouting 10 prospects likely to go around the time the Milwaukee Bucks are on the clock in the 2020 NBA Draft, let’s rank them from 1 to 10.

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Pending the return of the NBA season, the Milwaukee Bucks are projected to be on the clock around pick number 19 or 20 in the 2020 NBA Draft thanks to their Malcolm Brogdon trade with the Indiana Pacers last summer. Even in a weak class, there should be some interesting prospects on the board.

Over the last few weeks, I’ve watched film and wrote scouting reports on 10 players projected to go in the vicinity of the Bucks’ pick. I’ll continue scouting players after this, and releasing reports, but I’ll wait to update the big board until another 10 or so prospects have been scouted.

As a starting point for further evaluation, I’ve ranked them from first to tenth based on two criteria:

1. The best player based on skills and potential

2. The best fit for the Bucks based on their current and future needs.

I’m sure there will be nothing but agreement with this list so feel free to leave your love in the comments below. On the off chance you somehow disagree with how players are ranked, I supposed you could share that as well. Enjoy!

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Further reading: Maledon’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Bey’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Vassell’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Mannion’s Scouting Report

Further reading: McDaniels’ Scouting Report

Further reading: Lewis Jr.’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Green’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Terry’s Scouting Report

Further reading: Stewart’s Scouting Report