BTBP Roundtable: The Inconsistent Milwaukee Bucks

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Sep 29, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks players Zaza Pachulia (left) and Damien Inglis enjoy an interview during media day at the Cousins Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

4. Speaking of young guys, was sending down Damien Inglis to the D-League the right call? Should either of the other young players not getting many NBA minutes join him down there?

AM: It was absolutely the right decision to send him down to Canton, and I wouldn’t be opposed to seeing others join him in the D-League. There’s little benefit in having players not even make the bench as they try to develop, and some playing time wouldn’t do any of them any harm while the Bucks have a rare clean bill of health.

TW: I would love to see the Bucks have their own D-League team, so Ennis, Vaughn and Inglis could all start alongside each other. That would allow all three of them to get better, as well as getting them familiar with each other’s games, meaning they’d have chemistry already built when it was time for them to crack the Bucks rotation.

JT: I think the team finally being healthy is the reason for Inglis being in the D-League and I wouldn’t be opposed to Ennis or Vaughn getting more minutes along with Inglis as well.

AS: If Vaughn isn’t going to get time with the big boys he should get a game or two in the D-League. Shooters only get better by shooting in games. His jumper isn’t getting any better watching from the bench.

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