Updated Sep 18, 2015 at 5:05p ET
The Milwaukee Bucks did a lot of work this offseason to become a more versatile team.
With multiple players offering the length and quickness to play a variety of different positions, head coach Jason Kidd will have the luxury of mixing and matching lineups and experimenting throughout the whole year.
Instead of always having to worry about certain players being paired up or not being able to take the floor together, Kidd should be able to ride the hot hand more than last season.
Here's more from Shaun Powell at NBA.com:
"Suddenly, the Bucks have length and depth. Their core players are athletic and interchangeable and most haven't touched their prime yet. We're talking Giannis Antetokounmpo, Middleton, Monroe, John Henson, Michael Carter-Williamsand also Jabari Parker, who's coming off knee surgery and looked solid in his rookie season before his injury. They give the Bucks assets to keep or trade.
"We can go with two bigs or Henson can be out there with all smalls," said Kidd. "I can play anybody."