Found June 29, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. Locked in a state of NBA limbo too good to receive a franchise player in the draft and not good enough to make a splash in the playoffs there are only so many options available to the Milwaukee Bucks to build their roster into year-in and year-out NBA contender. All of those options start with adding as much talent to the roster through the draft as possible, regardless of position. And on Thursday, the Bucks undoubtedly started off in the right direction. By drafting North Carolina's John Henson in the first round and Kentucky's Doron Lamb in the second round, Milwaukee added two players that had fallen further than their draft stocks had originally dictated. The Bucks thought Henson was deserving of a spot between pick five and 10. As for Lamb, Bucks general manager John Hammond said the sharpshooter was on their board as a definite first-round pick. That's not only drafting for talent, but also for value. And when you combine the fact that Mi...
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