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

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Dream ceiling for Bucks’ Omari Moore – Jordan Clarkson

Jordan Clarkson has been a wanted player by many teams for many teams in the NBA thanks to his exceptional scoring ability from the bench. They do have similar on-court styles, and like Clarkson, Moore can find his way to being a very valuable player off the bench.

Both players have very similar styles, are extremely smooth with the ball, and have a great ability to use their physicality when driving to the basket. Moore is 6-foot-6, and Clarkson is 6-foot-5; they use their long arms to their benefit on both ends of the floor. Clarkson did win the Sixth Man of the Year Award, and if Moore could reach even close to those levels, then the Bucks have a serious player on their hands.

Last season Clarkson shot 44.4 percent from the field and 33.8 percent from three. Moore, as previously mentioned, shot pretty much the same percentage in his final year at SJS. Clarkson averaged four rebounds and 4.4 assists per game, and Moore was at 4.7 and 4.8, yet again showing their similarities, with Moore being a good positional rebounder and showing signs of improving his playmaking.

Neither player would fall into the elite category, but Moore is certainly a disruptor. He averaged close to a steal and block per game during his college career and can certainly be an asset to the Bucks.

Given plenty of game time in the G-League and when called up, he makes the most of his appearances, there is nothing stopping Moore from becoming a valuable player to Milwaukee.