So Jerome Robinson is gone. Michael Porter Jr. will probably go next if Woj's hinting plays out. That leaves Zhaire Smith, Lonnie Walker, Robert Williams and a bunch of others on the board with the Bucks just a few picks away. Things are getting interesting...
Charlotte is discussing trade possibilities with the 11th pick, league sources tell ESPN. Phoenix has wanted to get back into lottery to get one of elite point guards. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is focus here.
The Phoenix Suns are on the clock. They are scheduled to be on the clock as well just before the Bucks' pick at 17.
Inside the Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Sports Science Center are two practice courts for the Milwaukee Bucks.
Tonight, the Bucks are scheduled to find the next player who will be practicing on this court. They have the No. 17 pick in the NBA Draft's first round.
Who do they go for? Some insight from Dennis Krause of the Bucks Radio Network in his conversation with WTMJ's Greg Matzek on Sports Central:
"A 3-point specialist...a guy who can come in off the bench. You're not going to start for this team as a rookie, but if you can come in, drop a couple of threes and make a difference off the bench, that's a great pick."
"Realistically, you're looking for someone who can address one of your weaknesses."
"Because you're a playoff team...you're at a different part of your franchise timeline. Do you need someone who can help you immediately rather than take a guy who would be a project?"