BTBP Roundtable: The Inconsistent Milwaukee Bucks

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Nov 11, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Rashad Vaughn (20) during the game against the Denver Nuggets at Pepsi Center. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

3. Should young guys like Tyler Ennis and Rashad Vaughn be getting more minutes, or does Jason Kidd have the right idea in letting them ride the pine?

AM: I’m okay with Vaughn not playing major minutes, he’s a rookie and it’s part of the process. Although regular short bursts at ends of game like we’ve seen earlier in the season would not be a bad idea if they continue to raise his confidence.

Ennis on the other hand is a strange one. I understand that the team is loaded with point guards, but when MCW was injured earlier in the season, it was Ennis not Bayless or Vasquez who got the starts. He did well too, he earned a shot at more time.

TW: I’d like to see more Rashad for sure, and more Ennis too. Obviously the guard rotation is pretty busy at the moment, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see more minutes for these two open up around trade deadline time…

JT: I thought the play of Ennis & Vaughn has been solid in the limited time we’ve seen them but I’m not sure giving them more minutes will turn around the problems the Bucks have had recently.

AS: I’d like to see Vaughn get some minutes. Once Bayless cools off perhaps Jason Kidd will start to experiment with Vaughn in certain bench lineups.

There just doesn’t appear to be much room for Ennis. They didn’t add Greivis Vasquez to sit the bench so it’s tough to find time for Ennis. It may be best for both parties to explore a trade.

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