1 Dream, 1 realistic, and 1 floor NBA comparison Bucks’ Omari Moore

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Following the NBA Draft, the Milwaukee Bucks signed guard Omari Moore to a two-way deal. The former San Jose State player is the second two-way player alongside Lindell Wigginton.

He takes the two-way spot of A.J. Green, who is now a restricted free agent and is likely to return to the Bucks on a standard deal. Moore will most likely spend most of the season with the Wisconsin Herd but should still have opportunities in the association under new head coach Adrian Griffin.

Why Milwaukee Bucks fans should be excited about Omari Moore

He fits the style of a Toronto Raptor player during Griffin’s time there and also is a similar type of player to the others that were added on draft night. Andre Jackson Jr., Chris Livingston, and Moore are all over 6-foot-6 and create depth at the wing positions for the Bucks, along with making the roster younger, which was essential for the front office.

During his fourth year at San Jose State, Moore averaged 17.4 points with 4.7 rebounds and 4.8 assists. He averaged 36 minutes per game and shot 43 percent from the floor and 33 percent from three, which was quite a big drop from his 43 percent in the 2021-22 season.

Players that Moore would hope to follow in the footsteps of include Duncan Robinson, Luguentz Dort, Monte Morris, and Alex Caruso. He was predicted to be drafted in the second round, so there is clear potential for Moore.

Here is a dream, realistic, and floor scenario for Omari Moore.