My two cents:
1. Bobby Simmons - a very large Larry Harris blunder, possibly worse than Ernie Grunsfeld brining in Anthony Mason.
2. Yi - he is going to be a fantastic NBA star, but he definitely is a project and was not going to stay in Milwaukee when his contract is up in 3 years. The Bucks knew this a year ago, but Larry Harris did not change his strategy. I just hope Yi does not turn out to be Dirk-good, and Milwaukee is stuck with another bad trade.
3. Richard Jefferson - probably a top 10 SF (which is a huge improvement for the Bucks), but definitely not in the top 5. He averaged 22 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists last year for a crummy NJ team.
4. NBA Draft 2008 - Does this mean the Bucks no longer are going to go after a SF in the draft? Is LSU's Anthony Randolph going to be the pick now that we have somebody who can contribute right away? I guess Joe Alexander's Mandarin doesn't matter so much right now. If Russel Westbook drops to #8, I think the Bucks have to pick him - a physical guard who takes pride in his defense.
Overall - I wanted to Bucks to go after a solid veteran SF on the market - Jefferson, Artest, Howard. I'm also glad we got rid of Bobby Simmons' disgusting contract. If the Bucks end the day with Jefferson and Westbrook, instead of Yi and Simmons, I would say it is a good day to be a Bucks' fan.