The Milwaukee Bucks are considering adding Baylor's Yves Missi as a backup big man in the upcoming NBA draft, according to a mock draft by the New York Post.

By the Numbers
  • Missi averaged 10.7 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks in 34 Big-12 games.
  • In the NCAA Tournament, he averaged 11.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks in 18 games.
Yes, But

Missi has conditioning questions and is considered raw after only playing organized basketball for three years.

State of Play
  • Milwaukee Bucks have the option to choose Missi as a backup big man in the draft, alongside other potential picks.
  • Brook Lopez is currently the only true center in the Bucks' rotation.
What's Next

The Bucks will make decisions before, during, and after the draft on whether to select Missi or address other team needs.

Bottom Line

Milwaukee Bucks are considering Baylor's Yves Missi as a potential addition to strengthen their frontcourt rotation, offering rim protection and versatility despite his limited experience in organized basketball.