The Milwaukee Bucks have the 17th overall pick in tonight’s (Thursday’s) N-B-A Draft. The Bucks could use some help at guard, after they vowed to improve their three point shooting last season but was 22nd in the league with almost nine treys each night. Many analysts say the best guards in the draft could be gone by the time Milwaukee goes on the clock. So the Bucks could build up their frontcourt for the future by taking a player like 19-year-old forward/center Jarrett Allen of Texas — or small forward Justin Jackson of North Carolina. The draft consists of two rounds, and the Bucks have the 48th selection in Round Two where they picked up rookie of the year candidate Malcolm Brogdon last June.