5 NBA draft prospects who would fit seamlessly next to Bucks' superstars

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No. 1 - Ulrich Chomche (PF, APR)

Chomche is a stout, 6-foot-10 big man from Cameroon who currently plays for APR of the Basketball Africa League. He has shown impressive shot-blocking and growing offensive tools. Chomche could provide valuable depth and complementary skills to the Bucks' roster.

Given the regression of Brook Lopez being put on full display against Indiana, Ulrich's strengths are very much within this team’s area of need. Unlike the Bucks' current center rotation of Lopez and Bobby Portis, Chomche is an athletic powerhouse who excels in transition while still demonstrating a clear knack for creating his own shot. On top of that, he's also a solid rebounder and defender with good instincts and strong anticipation.

In a nutshell, he's everything the Bucks would have needed to get past the first round in these playoffs.

Chomche could be a steal if he falls to the late first round. He provides valuable 3-point shooting and defensive versatility, fitting seamlessly alongside Giannis and Lillard. His ability to rebound and run the floor complements the Bucks' offensive style. While his pick range might be a bit high for the Bucks, if they manage to trade up into the mid-teens, Chomche could be a great option.