Milwaukee Bucks Player Power Rankings: November Edition

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Dec 8, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland (22) lines up along the free throw lane while the Atlanta Hawks shoot a free throw at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Atlanta defeats Indiana 108-92. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

12. Chris Copeland

It’s easy to say that Chris Copeland’s job involves little more than making three-point shots, but he has to be careful not to negate that part of his game with the rest of his play. That’s a genuine risk at the moment too.

Copeland is knocking down the long ball at a league average rate, although the Bucks would have hoped for a little bit more than that from the veteran when he first put pen to paper in Milwaukee.

Even though Copeland has at time showed flashes of positive energy as part of various offensive units, it’s on the other end that Copeland has been a liability though. His defense has at time bordered upon the clueless, and if there’s anything that will confine him to Jason Kidd’s dog house, it’s that.

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