The Milwaukee Bucks were one of the worst teams in all of basketball last year but they’re trying to make a push to get much better in 2014-15 and that starts with getting free agent talent they think can help the team grow.
There has been a lot said about the Bucks in recent days as their name has come up more than once in regards to a decent player and that’s a trend that may continue into next week. While Jeremy Lin seems to be an option for the team, C.F. Gardner is reporting that point guard the team could go down a route the did last year and offer a big name free agent a nice contract.
Bucks made 4-year, $32 million offer to RFA Jeff Teague last summer and Atlanta matched. But doesn't mean they might not try again.
— cfgardner (@cf_gardner) July 5, 2014
Eric Bledsoe and Grievis Vasquez are two options on the table for the Bucks and both could get offers like the 4-year, $32 million offer the Bucks threw at Jeff Teague last year. Bledsoe is being talked about as a max contract player though and there’s doubt that the Raptors would let Grievis go, but they just inked Kyle Lorwy to a fat deal and the Suns will eventually need to choose either Goran Dragic or Bledsoe as they can’t have them both.
Milwaukee isn’t talking big numbers, but at least they’re talking and that’s all fans can hope ofr after the season they just endured.
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