Goran Dragic: C
Dragic is another veteran in the latter stages of his career that came to help Milwaukee win another title.
In limited regular-season playing time, Dragic showed he can still score the basketball, posting 6.3 points per game.
However, once again, Dragic failed to see any valuable playoff time.
I give Dragic a C grade for shooting below 42 percent on limited attempts and shooting an abysmal 68.9 percent from the free-throw line for the season.
Thanasis Antetokounmpo: D
Shooting 0-8 from the 3-point line for the regular season is enough said here for Antetokounmpo. The Greek native failed to score in just five total playoff minutes, also.
Wesley Matthews: C
The 3-point shooting has dropped consistently over the past few years, but the defensive intensity is still somewhat there. In two playoff appearances, Matthews saw increased minutes , shot the three-ball nicely, and proved to be a savvy veteran.
Meyers Leonard: C+
Apart from a brutal shooting performance against Memphis in April, Leonard hit the three-ball consistently and made the most of his limited minutes. Leonard could have proved useful in giving the Bucks some playoff hope if he played more than five minutes, that is.
A.J. Green: B-
Green’s confidence in his 3-point stroke is unwavering, and he showed signs of being a rotational scorer.
Lindell Wigginton: B
Lindell Wigginton was another young guard with extreme confidence in his ability to score the ball. Wigginton’s 25-point, 11-assist explosion against Memphis was enough to give him a B grade alone.
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