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

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No. 2 - Harrison Ingram (SF, North Carolina) 

Considering the Milwaukee Bucks need playmaking and point-of-attack defense, their best bet is to go for a big playmaking wing who can defend and hit big shots, ala Joe Ingles. Fortunately for them, Harrison Ingram does all of these things and more.

Ingram boasts a quick release and deep range. He can consistently knock down threes off the dribble or catch-and-shoot situations. This is crucial because Antetokounmpo and Lillard will naturally attract a lot of defensive attention, and Ingram's shooting creates open looks for everyone.

He's also a good defender with good size, length and instincts. He can stay in front of his man and contest shots on the perimeter. This adds much-needed defensive versatility alongside Giannis, who dominates the paint but might struggle against quick guards on the switch.

Ingram could provide valuable depth and complementary skills to the Bucks roster if given the opportunity — his physical tools and defensive versatility could (and quite frankly, should) earn him early minutes with any team he lands on. On top of that, he’s slowly morphing into a reliable spot-up shooter while also demonstrating surprisingly polished playmaking out of the post.

The good news here is that his projected pick range, which most boards project to be around the 20-30 mark, aligns perfectly with the Bucks' projected first-round pick. This makes him not only a desirable option but a realistic one.