Another intriguing, long wing, even though it could be argued that Jeremy Lamb still hasn’t fully figured it out as a pro, he could theoretically develop into a good fit for what Milwaukee is looking to build.
Between Oklahoma City and Charlotte, Lamb has four years of experience under his belt already, in spite of having just turned 24.
Having never averaged 20 minutes per game or more in any of his seasons to date, perhaps there’s some potential that still remains untapped with the former UConn Husky. As only a 33.6 percent three-point shooter to date, there probably needs to be some real improvement too.
Depending on what way you look at it, a deal for Lamb could be a better or worse idea than some other contenders on this list as he is tied in to a contract for the coming seasons. With Lamb owed $21 million over the next three seasons, a deal for the Virginia native would make him a central figure of future rotations.