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In a trade that brought Monta Ellis from the Golden State Warriors to the newly named HMO Harris Bradley Center, the Bucks shipped center Andrew Bogut to Cali.
The move gave Milwaukee one of the fastest and lethal backcourts in the Eastern Conference and rid Milwaukee of a center that was being held together by hopes, dreams and little else.
However, this left the Bucks with an end-of-the-year roster of only two centers on the roster in Kwame Brown and Larry Sanders.
While Sanders is a nice story, being an every-night center probably isn't in the cards, and Brown has shown numerous teams he isn't the answer to anything.
There are serviceable big men around the league in free agency, but the draft could hold the most promise.
Most likely, the Bucks will have a middle-of-the-road pick, and they should eye Tyler Zeller from North Carolina to help shore up the problems in the middle. A seven-footer who can get out and run could fit into the Bucks' system quite well.