Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond is hoping for better days
ahead for his team. Hammond met with reporters Tuesday afternoon to discuss the team’s disappointing 2010-11 season at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks are currently in the 10 position for the June 23 draft and could move into one of the top three spots in the May 17 draft lottery.
As far as the draft is concerned, Hammond said the Bucks wouldn’t be picking for need.
Hammond said he does want to shore up the depth at center and point guard. But Hammonds said above all else, the Bucks need the current players to play at their level and things will be good.
The Bucks finished 35-47 last season. That, after going 46-36 the year before, which included a trip to the playoffs.