Talk about a young buck. The Milwaukee Bucks selected Giannis Antetokounmpo, the youngest player in the draft, with their first round choice, 15th overall.
Antetokounmpo, 18, hails from Greece. He is a small forward with a reported wingspan of 7-2, despite being only 6-9.
The small forward's wingspan paired with the shot-blocking skills of current Bucks' forward Larry Sanders, could turn the Bucks' front court into a shot-blocking machine.
Scouting profiles have Antetokounmpo as a project player but the young Grecian insists he is ready.
Regardless of their choice, the Bucks need to add some free agents this off-season.