No. 2 – TyTy Washington
Though Omari Moore isn’t a traditional point guard, TyTy Washington is. The Bucks recently added Washington with their final two-way slot, giving them another backup point guard option they can experiment with. Despite being the second-youngest player on the roster at 21 years old, trailing only Chris Livingston, Washington could see time with the veteran-oriented Milwaukee Bucks.
There’s unquestionably some potential waiting to be unearthed with Washington. After all, he was a first round pick a year ago. There’s a reason one team thought highly enough of Washington that they took him with such a prestigious asset. While Washington might not be Milwaukee’s backup point guard for certain, they could use him and attempt to bring that potential to the surface.
As a two-way player, Washington will be limited in terms of how many games he can appear in for the Bucks in a season. Yet, it would not be too surprising to see him use up all of those games this year as the team aims to find a suitable backup point guard. Unless the team adds a backup via a trade, Washington has a good shot of seeing legitimate minutes in the big leagues.
Fans are excited about this signing, and it’s beyond understandable for many reasons.