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

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Floor for Bucks’ Omari Moore – Regular bench piece

With Moore only being on a two-way contract, it will be tough to see his progression into an NBA player without regular time playing against that caliber of players. He has the skillset of a modern NBA guard and can be valuable in so many ways, just a slight up and down in efficiency in college is what may put doubts in the minds of teams early on until he shows it consistently in the NBA.

He has shown he can score at all levels and is a respectable perimeter shooter, and with the way the game is currently played, that is vital for any sort of success. His ability to be a good rebounder at the guard position and being an extra facilitator on the court also brings great benefits.

The floor for Moore is being a talented scorer and using his length to aid him in both putting the ball in the basket and being effective on the defensive end, both on and off the ball. Coming in on a two-way deal can see him play his way into becoming a 12th to 15th man on any roster and providing a scoring punch.

Moore has plenty of ability already, and if he keeps honing his skills then we may see him on a number of occasions in a Bucks jersey this season. Spending time with the Wisconsin Herd will allow him to try and develop new skills that he can then bring over to the NBA and become a valuable player and make a long NBA career for himself.

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