Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Looking at who could be in the mix on Thursday night

MILWAUKEE, WI - MAY 8: (Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images)
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The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as we explore who could be in play by the time the Bucks are on the clock in Thursday night’s NBA Draft.

In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we look at the possible prospects that may be in play when the Bucks have the 30th overall pick Thursday night, the potential free agency scenarios that involve the Bucks, and much more.

Plenty of questions revolve around whether the Bucks will indeed keep their lone pick in this year’s NBA Draft, but the projected options that are within Milwaukee’s range could certainly give them a nice contributor across almost all positions.

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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.

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Milwaukee Bucks: 5 wings they could select in the 2019 NBA Draft: Adam McGee examined the five wing prospects that look to be within range of when the Bucks are selecting in this year’s NBA Draft.

NBA Draft 2019 Prospect Watch: Bol Bol: In our latest prospect profile heading into Thursday night’s NBA Draft, I looked at the incredibly raw game of Oregon big man, Bol Bol.

Milwaukee Bucks: Analyzing the cap situation entering the summer of 2019: Dan Larsen broke down the financials that are key to the Bucks’ offseason and crucial free agency that will open in less than two weeks.

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Bucks draft preview, part 2: Breaking down the pick, the approach and the prospects to watch ($): The Athletic’s Eric Nehm explored the ins and outs related to the Bucks’ draft needs and looked at the prospects that potentially could be in the mix Thursday night.

Contingency plans: What are the options for teams who might lose top-tier talent in free agency? ($): Also of The Athletic, Jordan Brenner went through the secondary options for all teams that have significant free agents hitting the open market in a couple of weeks time, including the Bucks.

Next. Bucks Rumors: Draft pick may be used to trade Tony Snell, Ersan Ilyasova. dark

That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.