Here are the Bucks weak positions
All props to the Bucks for their start, but as Coach Skiles said in his press conference last night, "We need to be real." The Bucks are 7-10 and in last place in the Central Division, and if you break it down by Win Contribution per position, you find out why.
1. The Bucks are getting killed in 3 areas: shooting guard, backup small forward, and backup center.
2. Joe Alexander must step his play up if the Bucks are to improve, and we need Michael Redd back badly. I'm not sure what you can do at this point regarding the backup center position.
3. The irony of ironies for the season is the greatest positional Win Contribution is being provided by the one position we believed would be most deficient when the season began: power forward. That's thanks in large part to the surprising contributions of rookie Luc Moute.
4. The Bucks are also getting pretty fair play from the point guard position, another position of uncertainty when the season began. That's due to stellar play from Luke Ridnour, and the rising improvement of Ramon Sessions. Strange how things sometimes work out.