On Tuesday evening, the Bucks were looking to keep their hot start to Summer League alive against the Brooklyn Nets. After falling behind by double digits early, Milwaukee ended the opening quarter on a 13-3 run to end the period knotted at 18.
Milwaukee looks to keep cruising in Vegas That’s two thus far, Shooter. Following their victory over the Denver Nuggets, the Bucks were able to knock off the Phoenix Suns in their second Summer League bout, 84-75.
While the Milwaukee Bucks locked down two of their core players in Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez, the front office was far from finished, adding a few more pieces to make the team more formidable as they prepare to bounce back next season.
Robert Horry has played with his fair share of awesome players. From Hakeem Olajuwon to Tim Duncan to Kobe and Shaq, the seven-time champion has been around greatness long enough to know what it’s all about.
The Milwaukee Bucks are signing former UK star Chris Livingston to a four-year, $7.7 million contract, his agents Rich Paul and Brandon Cavanaugh told Shams Charania of The Athletic on Saturday evening.
The Bucks kept their core intact by re-signing Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez, but it will be challenging to fill out the roster while remaining under the second tax apron, writes Eric Nehm of The Athletic.
The Bucks and Khris Middleton are in agreement on a lucrative new three-year contract, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN (Twitter link), who hears from Middleton’s agents Mike Lindeman and Jeff Schwartz that the star forward will sign a three-year, $102M contract to remain in Milwaukee.