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For Andrew Bogut to be effective you have to slow the offense down.
He has very limited range when it comes to jumpers. He is at his most effective when his back to the basket and is playing off of the low block.
When the team dumped the ball to him down low, it slowed the pace down as he would make a few moves before bulldozing toward the hoop.
Without Bogut, you can change the overall speed of this team.
The Bucks essentially do not have a low-post presence.
Without Bogut, their big men are primarily jump shooters and offensive put-back type of players.
If the Bucks can start letting Jennings run, we could see a completely different team. He has the ability to get to the rim and kick the ball out.
Milwaukee has guys on the team that can shoot the ball, and transition threes are something the Bucks could focus on.
At the end of the day, the Bucks do not have the talent to be a great half-court offensive team, but they do have the athletes and the shooters to be a great run-and-gun type of team.
Changing the pace of the offensive would suite the current players on the roster much better than the current type of offense they are running.