Milwaukee Bucks Pre-Draft Workouts: Senior-heavy group visits Milwaukee

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Bronson Koenig

Guard – 6’4″

Following in the footsteps of Nigel Hayes from earlier in the week, Bronson Koenig became the latest former Wisconsin Badger to work out for the Bucks on Thursday.

Unfortunately for Koenig, his workout was cut short as he suffered an ankle injury. Although vice president of scouting Billy McKinney made it very clear that the Bucks have seen enough of Koenig this year that the workout being cut short wouldn’t have any impact on their thinking, Koenig still shared his thoughts on it to Matt Velazquez of the Journal Sentinel:

"“I thought I was doing really well until I rolled my ankle a little bit,” said Koenig, who was standing with the use of crutches with a brace on his ankle. “It’s definitely frustrating, as is any injury, but I’ve been blessed my whole career to be pretty injury free. Especially it being my first workout it’s more frustrating, but I was playing well. Hopefully I proved myself a little bit to everybody and showed what I could do a little bit.”"

On the court, Koenig averaged 14.5 points per game as a senior with the Badgers, along with 2.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists and a 39.5 percent success rate from deep.

Koenig finished his time as a Badger holding the single season school record for most threes made in a season, as well as the most made in a career.