With the 2016-2017 NBA season approaching, what results could we see from the biggest issues facing the Milwaukee Bucks?
Just over a month remains until the Milwaukee Bucks tip off their regular season on October 26 against the Charlotte Hornets, and with the Bucks’ roster likely set going forward, it’s time to begin looking at the upcoming campaign.
Here at Behind the Buck Pass, we’ll have plenty of player-specific and team-wide previews in the coming weeks, so today we’ll be focusing on the different talking points that last season and this summer have created.
From three-point shooting concerns, to the continuation of the Point Giannis phenomenon, to an overload of big men, there are plenty of different storylines that could dictate how the Bucks’ season turns out.
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It’s impossible at this time to say exactly what will happen in each case, but fans can begin to prepare themselves for any reality that may occur. In attempting to cover the entire spectrum of possibilities, we’ll look at both a best and worst-case scenario for the given situation, as well as the effect each would have.
Many of these storylines also interweave, meaning that one player’s performance may have far-reaching effects that influence the entire team.
Some of the following issues may even be resolved fairly simply, as we have virtually no idea at this point what rotations or even lineups coach Jason Kidd will utilize.
Others still may continue to inspire disagreement year-round, but either way it’s important that fans understand the issues possibilities facing their team in the coming year.
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