Milwaukee Bucks Player Power Rankings: November Edition

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Oct 20, 2015; Madison, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center Greg Monroe (15) grabs a rebound against Minnesota Timberwolves center

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(32) in the second quarter at Kohl Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

2. Greg Monroe

Greg Monroe has been just as good if not better than anyone expected him to be so far as a Buck. He’s the dominant inside scorer the team lacked, an expert inside passer, a workhorse on the glass, and has an unerring knack of stealing the basketball.

The most promising aspect of Monroe’s game is just how quickly he’s meshed within the Bucks system too. Monroe is not just a regular and consistent option throughout games, but also a player who the team can already trust with the ball in close game situations.

Sure, at times Monroe has looked lost on defense, but it hasn’t been nearly enough of a problem to warrant the concerns of many from over the summer. He’s not an elite defender by any means, but his offense certainly makes up for it.

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