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

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Milwaukee Bucks: Khris Middleton, Sacramento Kings: Terence Davis
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Realistic ceiling for Bucks’ Omari Moore – Terence Davis

Terence Davis was a valuable player off the bench for the Sacramento Kings during the regular season and in their return to the NBA playoffs. Having also gone undrafted, he founded a career in Toronto before heading to California and made 64 appearances for the Kings last season.

Davis averaged 6.7 points on 42 percent shooting and 37 percent from three, similar to what Moore averaged in his final college year. He is a fellow disruptor on the defensive side of the ball, with almost a steal per game over the last three seasons.

Davis has found time on the court hard to come by consistently, playing 18 minutes in his final year in Toronto and then 21 and 18 with the Kings before only averaging 13 minutes per game last season. This did, of course, have a slight knock on his overall stats, but there is enough evidence statistically and from watching his game to see that he deserves his spot in the league, and providing a boost to a playoff team is always a plus.

Moore would be more likely to have the ball in his hand than Davis and take on a facilitator role, but becoming a useful player off the bench can lead to a long career, and for teams contending for the championship, there is always a spot for a Terence Davis type of player.

If Moore can develop into a player that plays around 15 minutes per game off the bench and put up seven points he will be a valuable commodity to the Milwaukee Bucks in the future.