Three-point shooting has become a must for NBA teams and the Milwaukee Bucks fell well short in that department this season.
General Manager John Hammond and coach Jason Kidd both say job-one will be to bring in shooters during the draft and free agency.
Kidd said he was hoping to have as many as four outside threats this past year, but O-J Mayo, Jerryd Bayless and Greivis Vasquez were hurt for much of the season as Khris Middleton was forced to take on a larger role.
As a result, the Bucks made 440 three-pointers for the season. To put that number into perspective, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors made 402 three-pointers all by himself.
The Bucks were also hoping veteran Steve Novak would help, but the former Marquette Golden Eagle and Brown Deer native only played three games before his season ended with a knee injury.