The Milwaukee Bucks have a slew of frontcourt players and only one—Larry Sanders—has shown why he should receive regular minutes.
Sanders is in the midst of a breakout year, currently averaging 8.5 points per game, 8.5 rebounds per game and a league-leading 3.2 blocks per outing.
After Sanders, plenty of concerns emerge. It's not like the Bucks are lacking in frontcourt depth, as they have nine players who can function as either a power forward or center (Sanders, Ersan Ilyasova, Samuel Dalembert, John Henson, Drew Gooden, Ekpe Udoh, Joel Przybilla, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and Tobias Harris).
Mbah a Moute and Harris can be played as wings, but they have the capabilities of running the power forward position as well.
Fortunately, Ilyasova has recently been playing at a high level, revealing why and how he earned a hefty extension last offseason. However, consistency has been an issue all season with him. Can he ride his recent success for the remainder of the year?
Even if he does, the Bucks are still clogged in their frontcourt. They need to address this dilemma in an assortment of ways, or else their rotation will continue to shuffle on a game-to-game basis.
Here are five ways Milwaukee can solve their frontcourt confusion.