As has become tradition in the five-year tenure of Bucks general manager John Hammond, Milwaukee made a trade leading up to the draft.
After preparing to select at No. 12 since the draft lottery in late May, the Bucks on Wednesday moved back two spots to No. 14 in a trade with the Houston Rockets. In that deal, Hammond acquired Samuel Dalembert, the type of center he's been looking for since trading Andrew Bogut to Golden State three months ago.
Fortunately for the Bucks, the landscape of the draft at No. 14 isn't going to be much different than it would have been at No. 12. In fact, despite updating their mock drafts to reflect the BucksRockets trade, nearly all national media outlets still have Milwaukee's front office considering the same group of players.
A look at what seven national mock drafts are predicting for the Bucks in the first round:
ESPN's Chad Ford -- Terrence Ross, SG, Washington: "The Bucks have moved down two spots in the draft, but it sh...