The general consensus amongst NBA executives is that the worst thing you can be in the NBA is a team that finishes 41-41, or is, in other words, mediocre. You're not quite good enough to be elite and not quite bad enough to improve in the draft.
The last few years, the Milwaukee Bucks have been hovering right there and seem destined to remain there this season, unless a change is made.
The Bucks have their headlining, high-scoring backcourt of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis surrounded by players who don't necessarily fit well together.
They have a young and talented front line, but most of their depth consists of players who are defensive-minded and unable to create their own shot. And, for everything that Jennings and Ellis bring to the table offensively, they are undersized and lacking on defense.
These needs and others will be addressed via the magic that is the ESPN trade machine.