BTBP Roundtable #8: How Did We Get Here?

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Apr 23, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center John Henson (31) drives for the basket during the third quarter against the Chicago Bulls in game three of the first round of the NBA Playoffs at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Would you mix up the starting lineup in Game 4? Henson has put in a strong case, while inserting Mayo or Dudley could help to mix things up either.

AMcG: I wouldn’t make any changes to the starting five, but I would look at deviating away from the regular rotation if the game isn’t going to plan. The starters have earned the right for one last hurrah this season, but if it isn’t going their way, it would make sense to shake it up a little.

TW: I would insert Henson, just to get the youngest players the most time possible. Maybe slide Giannis to power forward, Middleton to small forward and Juice at shooting guard? That could be potentially interesting.

JT:I think Henson should start. Partially because of Zaza’ struggles throughout the series, but for the most part, Henson has been the best/most consistent player for the Bucks. He just seems more comfortable going against Chicago’s bigs than Pachulia at this point.

BA: I think it would be interesting to mix up the lineup, but I think Kidd stays the course. I don’t think it’d be a great gesture to bench your veteran that trusts you at this point in the series.

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