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The Bucks came in to the season with high expectations as they were the NBA's most surprising team last season. As far as the Bucks making the league "Fear the Deer" there has been no fear on the Milwaukee team besides their own players and acquisitions.
They signed Salmons to a 5 year deal worth $39 million and he has not been the leader or the scoring threat that he was for them last year.
They traded for the Corey Maggette who has been nothing more then a role player off the bench for them and questions arise as to when Maggette can either fill-in for Salmons or play alongside of him.
Finally, the Bucks Drew Gooden signed Drew Gooden to a 5 year deal worth $32 million deal and he has missed time with injuries and hasn't been the front court player that they needed alongside Andrew Bogut to solidify the defense and the front court for the coach Scott Skiles.
With a team that had high expectations and many eyes on them the Bucks seem to be the most disappointing so far in the season.
While it may be early there may not be enough time for many of these teams or players to turn their season around.
As it is early, there is time to improve but one thing is for certain, these five moves, have raised some eyebrows.