Bucks should inquire about Richard Hendrix
Remember Richard Hendrix, the power forward from Alabama? Last June I called him the most underrated prospect in the NBA Draft. His collegiate production numbers against the best competition he faced, as well as his physical measurements (his standing reach is 9'1, and his weight and strength make him the equivalent of an NBA center) seemed to suggest he could be a very productive professional.
Not many agreed. It was well into the second round before Golden State chose him. And they apparently weren't too impressed with him, either. They sent him down to the NBDL around the middle of November without giving him even a second of NBA playing time.
The question is why? He was quite productive during the preseason, and he's absolutely dominating the NBDL right now (remember, that's where Ramon Sessions first showed what he had). His NBDL Marginal Win Score in his first 3 games is something like +8.1.
He's just an incredibly productive, efficient player who could be an outstanding backup at either the 4 or 5 position, something the Bucks need desperately.
The Bucks should at least ask the Warriors if Hendrix might be available. I doubt Golden State would ask for much, and his value to the Bucks, when compared with their current motley crew of big men backups, could be immense.
I'm sure it won't happen, but it ought to happen.