With the 2014 NBA free-agency period underway, the Milwaukee Bucks will seek to add more pieces to their core of young talent. And while they're not in a position to lure the marquee names to town, some players a tier or two down could help fill out the roster.
The most notable gap for the Bucks is at shooting guard, where O.J. Mayo is the only player who naturally fits at that position.
Outside of that, the team could use depth point guard and power forward, especially if Ersan Ilyasova is traded this summer.
Earlier this week, Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports tweeted that the team would be "conservative" in its approach to free agency.
That's not a surprise.
Still, it's important to take a look at some possibilities.
The rankings were determined mainly by positional needs and limited to players whom the Bucks realistically might have a shot at signing—both from a salary and notoriety.