Ranking every Bucks player based on how they performed in 2023-24 season

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13. Danilo Gallinari

Gallinari was signed after being waived by the Detroit Pistons and became a member of the second unit due to the short frontcourt rotation. The Bucks tried to use his experience and shooting to add some depth to the thin roster, but he never did enough to prove he really deserved that spot.

Averaging only 2.8 points a game, a career-low (by a mile), while shooting 17.6 percent from three and being a barely noticeable defensive presence, he struggled to have a positive impact in most of his showings. Despite having some decent games, with the Game 5 against the Pacers as his most remarkable night, most fans felt disappointed by his game and thought the team could have made better used of the last free spot of the roster.

12. Jae Crowder

After not being all that helpful during the 2022-23 season, some fans were hyped when Crowder started the 23-24 playing really well, especially thanks to his 3-point shooting. Sadly, that didn't last very long.

He got injured just nine games into the season and never quite came back to the level he was at early on. He was more unreliable on offense, didn't have the defensive impact he's had in previous years of his career and was slowly losing minutes on the floor to the point that he was basically out of the rotation in the playoffs.

His poor postseason made it look like his season was worse than it really was, though. He wasn't as much of a non-factor as some fans seem to think through the whole year, but he really struggled when it really mattered for the second year in a row, and that's what really counts in the end.