After suffering through the worst season in franchise history, the Milwaukee Bucks have plenty of issues that need to be addressed during the offseason.
For advocates of tanking, the 2013-14 season will be considered a success if the team obtains the top overall pick in June's draft. But that's no guarantee.
Throughout the year, the team was never able to develop any sort of consistency.
And that doesn't just mean winning.
Inconsistent rotations, lack of an identity on offense and seemingly no real game plan all plagued the Bucks throughout the 2013-14 campaign, and much of that falls on the shoulders of head coach Larry Drew.
In addition to dealing with the on-court issues, management will need to decide whom it wants to take on draft night as well as making monetary decisions involving personnel.
Now that we have a brief outline, let's dive into the specifics.
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