The Milwaukee Bucks are moving on with the business of getting ready for the draft while waiting for the NBA to weigh in on the team's pending sale.
A league-worst 15-67 record earned Milwaukee the best odds for securing the top pick in the draft lottery. The team began working out less-heralded prospects Friday, including former Wisconsin guard Ben Brust and former Marquette guard Jake Thomas.
Each player realizes that getting drafted is a long shot at best. They're hoping the workouts serve as a springboard for a chance to play in the developmental league or overseas.
As for the team itself, the NBA has yet to weigh in officially on the $550 million sale of the team from Herb Kohl to investment firm executives Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens.
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