Analysis: Plumlee is coming off a season in Milwaukee where he appeared in 61 games, starting 14, and averaged 5.1 points and 3.8 rebounds over 14.3 minutes. The deal may indicate that the Bucks are going to continue to look to move center Greg Monroe via trade, in which case Plumlee would see an elevated role either as a starting center or the backup behind John Henson. Should Milwaukee elect to keep Monroe, however, Plumlee's role in the Bucks' rotation will likely remain minimal barring any serious injuries.
Analysis: Vasquez was limited to just 23 appearances for the Bucks last season after undergoing ankle surgery in December, but will hope to nail down a significant role on a Nets team in need of backcourt help. While fellow offseason addition Jeremy Lin will start at point guard, Vasquez projects as Brooklyn's primary backup at the position and should see minutes at shooting guard as well. Through six seasons, Vasquez has averaged 9.0 points and 4.8 assists, but the veteran could benefit from expanded responsibilities with the Nets.
Analysis: Ennis showed progress in his second season, as he saw more time on the court due to injuries suffered by Michael Carter-Williams and Jerryd Bayless throughout the season. The 21-year-old shined most at the end of the season, as he averaged over 23 minutes a contest since March 9. Ennis is under contract for the next three seasons and could climb the depth chart next year with Bayless slated to be a free agent.
Analysis: In his second season with the Bucks, O'Bryant nearly doubled the number of games he played in, compared to his rookie season where he only took the court 34 times. He cemented himself as a capable backup power forward behind the likes of Jabari Parker and John Henson. On November 11 against the Nuggets, O'Bryant was one rebound shy of a double-double, posting 11 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and a block in 34 minutes. The 22-year-old is under contract with a team option through next season.
Analysis: Inglis made most of his impact towards the end of the season, playing in 12 games since March 12, including a 10-point, five-rebound performance on March 17 against the Grizzlies. The 20-year-old could see an expanded role next season as he continues to grow as a player behind Giannis Antetokounmpo on the depth chart. Inglis is under contract through the 2017-18 season.
Analysis: Due to injuries and the Bucks' elimination from postseason contention, Vaughn stepped into a larger role over the final few weeks of the season. He wasn't able to take advantage of the opportunity, however, averaging just 7.9 points on a dreadful 31 percent shooting over his final seven games (31.9 minutes per game). The 19-year-old's career is still in its infancy, but Milwaukee can't be overly encouraged by his production as a rookie.
Analysis: Middleton certainly would have liked to end his season on a better note, but this anomalous performance won't tarnish his stellar campaign. The fourth-year guard has increased his scoring numbers each year, bumping it from 13.4 points per game last season to an impressive 18.4 this time around. He'll have value as a scoring guard or forward in most fantasy formats moving forward.
Analysis: It was a solid outing for Antetokounmpo in his season finale as the lanky youngster filled out the stat sheet and shot an efficient clip. With news breaking that third-year forward will play point guard and times next season, owners should get used to this balanced performance, especially in the assist department. He'll be an intriguing asset for next season.
Analysis: Bayless has missed the Bucks past six games, and with nothing on the line in the season finale it's not too surprising that the team is keeping him out. Look for Rashad Vaughn and Tyler Ennis to again see increased minutes in Bayless' absence.
Analysis: It's been a season Monroe will likely want to forget, though he was the only Buck that really showed up Monday. He got some rest Sunday before returning to the starting lineup and got the best of a depleted Orlando front court. Pending a huge performance in the Bucks' season finale, Monroe will finish 2015-16 with his lowest rebound average since his rookie season. A change of scenery might be just what Monroe needs this offseason.