NBA Mock Draft 4.0: Pistons make bold selection at No. 1; Blazers trade into top 3

The Portland Trail Blazers shake up the top 5 with a bold trade in our latest NBA Mock Draft.
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28. Milwaukee Bucks - Tyrese Proctor, Kentucky

Heading into the offseason, the Milwaukee Bucks will be looking to add to their depth. With Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez getting older, their depth will only become that much more important if the Bucks are going to be expected to continue to compete with this core. With a late first-round pick, the Bucks could look to add to their supporting cast. At this point in the draft, this pick will be a huge gamble. One prospect that could make sense as a worthy risk at this point in the NBA Draft is Tyrese Proctor.

He's an interesting player who could have a bright future if he lands in the right developmental spot. He has some similarities to Tyrese Haliburton at this point in his career. I don't believe anyone is saying Proctor is going to be the next Haliburton but there is some promise there with the Kentucky guard.

If Proctor can continue to make improvements in his game and has a good pre-draft process (in terms of interviews and workouts), he should be able to climb up the draft board heading into the draft.