Across the NBA, from the executive offices to the bench to the scout's desks, opinions on Milwaukee -- specifically its pint-sized backcourt of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis -- were largely the same. Can't work. Won't work. No way two small, ball dominating point guards could co-exist on a successful team. The trade that brought Ellis, a 6-foot-3 scoring machine who averaged 19.5 points per game over seven seasons in Golden State, to Milwaukee for Andrew Bogut made the Bucks more dynamic. But successful? Nah.