7 Things To Watch For As The Milwaukee Bucks Start the 2015-16 Season

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Dec 9, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker (12) drives the ball against Oklahoma City Thunder guard Anthony Morrow (2) during the second quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

What Will Jabari Look Like Post-ACL?

After suffering a season-ending injury mid-December last year, the promising Jabari Parker will look to regain some much needed time to develop once he returns to the court, which looks to be sooner than anticipated.

It most certainly will be a continuation on what he did his rookie year, but with a year to fully understand the coach Jason Kidd and staff’s game plan as well as his transformation during the off-season, Parker’s effect on the team could be greater than anticipated.

Yes, he will have defensive struggles as that’s been his Achilles’ heel since coming out of college, but he could be the answer to the Bucks’ offensive struggles.

There will be a minutes limit on Parker immediately, so it’s hard to predict a big impact early on, but with more time to develop and hopefully no setbacks along the way, we could finally start seeing some glimpses of what kind of player Parker could be later in the year.

All in all, his progress over the Summer and beyond has definitely caught the attention of every Bucks fan and it will be a welcome sight to finally see him back in action.

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