BTBP Roundtable: The Inconsistent Milwaukee Bucks

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Nov 11, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Jerryd Bayless (19) during the game against the Denver Nuggets at Pepsi Center. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

1. ​Thus far this season, Jerryd Bayless has been the Bucks’ best bench player and it hasn’t been close. Is good Jerryd Bayless really here to stay?

Adam McGee (@AdamMcGee11): I don’t see how it’s possible unfortunately. There just seems to be nothing sustainable about what he’s doing right now. If he had enjoyed his play style or attitude and that was what was leading to his transformed play, I’d think a little more differently.

He’s not though, he’s the same old Jerryd Bayless who often hurt the Bucks last year, he just happens to be in the greatest shooting stretch of his life. Let’s hope he proves me wrong.

Ti Windisch (@TiWindisch): I really don’t think it’s impossible that Bayless remains good. His shooting form looks great, and although he’s still taking a lot of shots it seems like he’s utilizing more catch-and-shoot opportunities, which are better looks.

Jordan Treske (@jtresk26): I’m very skeptical that this play keeps up for Bayless, but if injuries don’t eventually bog him down, it’s not out of the question that he can’t keep up something close to what he has been doing.

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Andrew Snyder (@acsnyde): Well, I do love me some Jerryd Bayless. He wears a headband, he’s a gunner, and he’s been fantastic this season. That being said, I don’t expect him to stay at this level.

He’s a career 35.5 percent shooter from three-point range and eventually common sense suggests he will regress back down to his career average. Still, if he’s shooting slightly above league average and providing a scoring punch of the bench Bucks fans should be happy.

Though, after a reported altercation with Boogie Cousins, there’s a chance Bayless is currently in a full body cast.

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