While the Milwaukee Bucks have enjoyed an incredible run this season, not all players have clicked into gear as they have struggled to perform to their normal levels of production.
As it stands, the 2019-20 Milwaukee Bucks season will be defined by their year over year leap following a 60-win run the previous year.
Not only do the Bucks have the prohibitive MVP favorite in Giannis Antetokounmpo for the second straight year, but veteran players such as Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe have made their mark by performing or exceeding the level of play they’ve been known for throughout their respective careers.
Still, even elite teams like the Bucks have been all season long aren’t immune from key pieces and supporting players struggling to find their footing throughout the year.
It’s a testament to the Bucks’ greatness that they have been able to withstand such slumps or struggles from some of their players to stand atop of the league with the best record at 53-12 before this current hiatus.
So without further ado, let’s run through the top three Bucks players who have taken notable steps back throughout the 2019-20 season.