ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- In the final seconds of a close game with the Miami Heat, who would Luc Richard Mbah a Moute rather guard, LeBron James or Dwyane Wade?
"They both are bad options," Mbah a Moute said with a grin. "I don't have a preference. Both those guys are tough in their own way."
Welcome to Mbah a Moute's world. A world in which he's tasked with spending the majority of his time defending the best player on whichever team the Bucks are playing that night, regardless of their position.
But that's nothing new. Mbah a Moute has been a plus-defender since Milwaukee drafted him out of UCLA in the second round of the 2008 draft. On the offensive end, Mbah a Moute hasn't been a liability, but never has been an option.
That's what's new. Since returning from offseason knee surgery on Dec. 1, Mbah a Moute has become a viable offensive threat, showing a newly found aggressiveness and improved footwork in the post of it. And despite the logjam of players that can play the power f...