Milwaukee Bucks Player Power Rankings: November Edition

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Mar 18, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Tyler Ennis (11) dives for a loose ball in the third quarter during the game against the San Antonio Spurs at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

11. Tyler Ennis

Recovering from shoulder surgery, Tyler Ennis hasn’t necessarily had the ideal preparation for his sophomore NBA campaign. Having joined the Bucks mid-season, there’s little doubt that he would have benefitted from a smoother summer either.

Ennis missed the opportunity to improve and develop at Las Vegas Summer League, at FIBA’s America’s Cup with Canada, and in pre-season, meaning he will have to battle hard to get an edge over any of Milwaukee’s three other point guards.

Ennis has great potential though, and now with his third year option picked up, it’s in the Bucks interest to see him realize it. In Michael Carter-Williams‘ absence, Jason Kidd has once again shown a willingness to turn to the youngster, which bodes well for his chances of more meaningful minutes down the line.

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