The Milwaukee Bucks have a lot of talented options on offense. Which player will take over next season and lead the team in scoring?
The Milwaukee Bucks have some talented scorers on the roster. The Bucks had three players score at least 15 points per game last season–Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Greg Monroe all added plenty of points to Milwaukee.
Looking at post All-Star Break numbers allows Jabari Parker into the club as well–he scored 18.9 points per game over his last 28 contests.
The Bucks might not have one featured scorer–the team would probably be better if the utilize a more balanced attack. Still, it’s fun to think about which Buck will score more than the rest.
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Those four are probably the only ones truly contending to lead Milwaukee in scoring next season. Other Bucks will play important roles on offense, but nobody will get the amount of touches to lead Milwaukee in scoring aside from one of those four.
Now we’ve got to get from four down to one. Many Bucks fans will probably hope that Greg Monroe is traded before the end of the season and thus won’t qualify here, but without any guarantee of that he stays on the list.
The four players will be sorted from least to most likely to lead the Bucks in scoring, meaning the last player listed is the favorite to be Milwaukee’s scoring leader.
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