The Milwaukee Bucks are hoping to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs in 2018-19, but they must first address these three glaring issues.
The Milwaukee Bucks had a disappointing 2017-18 campaign. Projected by many to be a breakout team, Milwaukee trudged along to 44 wins and were one of the biggest disappointment sin the NBA. Even though they improved their win-loss record for the third straight year, the bar was set a lot higher for them coming into the season.
Now, with a new head coach in Mike Budenholzer, Milwaukee is looking to have the season many were expecting last year. Budenholzer brings a breath of fresh air to the franchise and actually appears to be a capable coach-a big change from the previous regime.
However, like every other single team, Milwaukee has a number of holes on their roster that they must overcome in order to find success. The deficiencies must be minimized or hidden in order to allow the team’s strengths to take over and reign supreme.
Without further ado, let’s dive in and take a look at three glaring issues the Bucks must overcome in 2018-19.