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15. Carlos Delfino
Street clothes have been the attire of choice for Delfino during the 2013-14 season, and according to Charles F. Gardner of the Journal Sentinel, he will likely be spending the rest of the year sidelined.
Delfino would have been a solid role player off the bench, and his injury definitely hurts the team's depth. It's also painful to be paying a player $3.2 million to be nothing more than a cheerleader.
Hopefully, he'll be able to get back on the court in 2014-15.
14. Miroslav Raduljica
No one figured the 25-year-old big man from Serbia would be a regular part of the team's rotation, but early injuries to Larry Sanders and Ersan Ilyasova seemed to open the door a bit.
However, Raduljica has appeared in just six games and hasn't provided much of anything from a statistical standpoint other than averaging 1.5 fouls in 8.3 minutes of playing time.
It's clear he has a lot of work to do before becoming a player who head coach Larry Drew can consistently throw onto the floor.
13. Larry Sanders
Despite not finding himself at the very bottom of these rankings, Sanders is easily the biggest disappointment thus far in 2013-14.
After cashing in on a four-year, $44 million extension during the summer, the shot-blocking extraordinaire has appeared in just three games so far before injuring his right thumb, allegedly during a bar fight, per Gardner.
Prior to that, the big man was averaging just 2.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 17.3 minutes of playing time. The limited playing time had a lot to do with the 3.0 fouls per game he was committing.
Hopefully, when he returns he can remind Bucks fans why he was given a big extension.
12. Luke Ridnour
Prior to the start of the season, most probably pinned Ridnour as the backup point guard to Brandon Knight. Due to an injury, poor play and the emergence of Nate Wolters, though, Ridnour's role has been limited.
The veteran spent three season providing the Minnesota Timberwolves with solid play and was expected to do the same in Milwaukee. Through the early stretch, though, he has been everything but solid.
Averaging 3.4 assists to go along with 4.7 points, he's doing a relatively solid job of distributing the ball. However, shooting only 32.8 percent from the field and 28.6 percent from three-point land, Ridnour hasn't exactly provided efficient scoring.
With Wolters playing better and Knight healthy, Ridnour's value may continue to decline.
11. Ekpe Udoh
So far, Udoh has provided the Bucks with what they probably expected him to.
Making the most of his minutes, he's providing the team with solid rebounding and is making the most of his scoring opportunities by averaging 5.2 points—which is the second highest of his career.
He's not going to wow anyone from a statistical standpoint, but Udoh remains a good option off the bench. He'll provide the team with hustle, defense and the willingness to get after it in the post.