Milwaukee Bucks’ G-M John Hammond says his team and most others in the N-B-A will look for better shooters in the June 22nd draft — especially those who can hit from three point range. Hammond and his other front office evaluators will get a look at 67 potential candidates starting Thursday, when the league’s draft combine begins in Chicago. Wisconsin senior forward Nigel Hayes is among those to show off his skills at the combine — and the Bucks have already held two days of their own auditions to fill not only their roster but the Bucks’ new Development League team which starts playing this fall in Oshkosh. Milwaukee will also look at potential big men in case backup center Greg Monroe chooses not to exercise his player option to stay with the Bucks next season. Milwaukee has the 17th and 48th draft picks.