The Bucks entered this season with expectations of making a respectable postseason run. Despite adding Greg Monroe, however, the Bucks have regressed to a 10-18 record heading into action Sunday. It seems apparent to Bucks management, at least judging from recent reports, that adding a veteran presence would be beneficial, especially after four Bucks players were observed partying at a Los Angeles strip club last week.
To that end, Bucks management and Carlos Boozer, who has lingered in free agency since going unsigned over the offseason, met about the possibility of a deal. Milwaukee is also the likely destination for Wisconsin native Caron Butler, whom the Kings have promised to trade. Both veterans likely have enough left in their respective tanks to help, but to what degree? Glory days are behind both players. Off the court, however, is where either player would likely have more of an impact on the Bucks. Players who are willing to provide guidance and experience are often underrated commodities in the league because there are no statistics to determine the worth for that. It’s arbitrary, but there’s a decent chance it could very well be what is missing in Milwaukee.
That leads us to today’s question: How much would Boozer and/or Butler help the Bucks?
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