The new season brings with it a new roster for the Milwaukee Bucks coaching staff to play with. Here are a few lineups that they should experiment with.
The Milwaukee Bucks roster is a mixed bag of position-less athletic freaks and guys locked into to only one or two positions. With this variety of players the team can create lineups that do an assortment of different things.
At this point most Bucks fans likely have a good idea of what they believe to be the team’s best starting five, but that doesn’t mean that the Bucks need to be locked into rigid rotations.
Milwaukee’s mix of talent and options is such that it allows them to experiment not just throughout the course of a season, but also within games themselves.
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Could they run a tall small ball lineup? Check. Could they run an insanely versatile defensive lineup? Check. Could they run a lineup with a 7’0″ tall point guard? Check, check and check.
Even with players whose potential to be effective contributors has been written off by many, the Bucks now have the versatility to tailor lineups around them in bursts, if they so choose.
Let’s take a quick glance at four of the lineups that could really cause issues for the opposition.
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