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Corey Maggette will make the Bucks' offense very dangerous with Andrew Bogut, John Salmons and Brandon Jennings.
Milwakee had a quiet offseason compared to the Heat, but it made key additions that could lead them to an Eastern Conference title.
Small forward Corey Maggette brings a strong slasher who is a tremendous shooter. He hit 51.6 percent last year and is a career 45.8 percent shooter.
Maggette, coming off the bench, averaged 19.8 points a night in 2009-2010 and would provide a third scoring option to help Brandon Jennings and Andrew Bogut.
Power forward Drew Gooden and shooting guard John Salmons, both acquired at the trade deadline, sparked the Bucks to the playoffs.
Both underrated athletes, Gooden is a fundamental player who could throw down double-doubles while Salmons takes shooting pressure off Jennings by scoring 19.9 points a game for the Bucks.
The wild card is Michael Redd, the former franchise player.
Tearing his ACL and MCL in his left knee January 2009, he missed 114 games the last two seasons.
If he is healthy, Redd would strengthen the Bucks’ bench.