Milwaukee Bucks 2020 NBA Draft: 5 guards to target with 24th overall pick

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STANFORD, CA – FEBRUARY 01: (Photo by Bob Drebin/ISI Photos/Getty Images)

Holding the 24th overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, the Milwaukee Bucks are in need of adding another guard on their roster to solve their current woes.

In light of their disappointing playoff finish this year, the Milwaukee Bucks clearly have big questions to answer this offseason.

The answers to those questions have not yet revealed themselves in the slightest, but we could see at least some of them as soon as next month’s draft where the Bucks currently hold the 24th overall pick.

It should be noted that just like last year, it’s far from guaranteed that the Bucks are the team that end up making that selection, given their need to find immediate contributors going into a pivotal season for many obvious reasons.

With that said, this year’s draft class could offer them a solution to some of the biggest needs they have to address this offseason, whether it’s adding more playmaking or shooting or preferably both.

There are certainly a few guard prospects that can offer those qualities and more that are generally projected within the range that the Bucks stand in this year’s draft order. Whether one of those players will become ultimately be chosen by the Bucks is unknown at this point, but we’ll certainly offer up why they would make for good fits, respectively.

So without further ado, let’s look at five guard prospects that the catch the Bucks’ interests when they’re on the clock with the 24th overall pick in this year’s draft.

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