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With the No. 14 pick in the 2012 NBA draft, the Bucks selected John Henson, a power forward out of the University of North Carolina.
Henson was a big time rebounder and shot blocker for the Tar Heels, but had questions due to his thin frame.
So far, the Bucks have seen solid, but not great, production out of Henson. Currently, he is averaging 5.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 0.5 blocks per game while shooting 46.9 percent from the field.
While Henson has not been very useful to Milwaukee this season, playing only 12.2 minutes per game, it has become clear that he will develop into a good player. He has excelled in games when he has played a lot of minutes, including a 17 point and 18 rebound game against the Miami Heat.
While the decision to draft John Henson was not a win-now move, it has worked out so far for the Milwaukee Bucks because of the future he will have with them.
In the second round, the Bucks picked up Doron Lamb, a shooting guard out of the University of Kentucky.
Like Henson, Lamb hasn't played very many minutes for Milwaukee, so it is hard to tell exactly how smart of a decision it was to draft him.
Still, he has played well in limited minutes, averaging 4.0 points, 0.8 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 13.3 minutes per game.
So far, Doron Lamb has appeared to be a good find for the Bucks in the second round of the draft. Still, his play has been somewhat too inefficient to consider him a good pick just yet.
Overall Grade: B+