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  • Jon Leuer
    PF, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks have waived F Jon Leuer on Tuesday.

    This wasn't out of nowhere Bucks GM Jon Horst said a few weeks back that Leuer may not stay with the Bucks. Leuer hasn't produced much of anything the past few seasons and he'll again be looking at a deep-reserve role if he signs with another team.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Thanasis Antetokounmpo
    F, Milwaukee Bucks

    Thanasis Antetokounmpo has agreed to a two-year deal with the Bucks.

    It is expected to be a fully-guaranteed deal for the veteran's minimum. Giannis' older brother has two NBA games under his belt, both with the Knicks back in the 2015-16 season. He's since been playing in Spain and Greece. The elder Antetokounmpo does not figure to be much of a factor in the rotation.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Brook Lopez
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks announced their re-signing of Brook Lopez on Saturday.

    Lopez was a wonderful fit in Milwaukee last season and should continue to provide strong fantasy output for the rest of his tenure with the Bucks. Odds are he won't be coming as cheaply in drafts this season, but Lopez should easily be a middle-round player with comfortable top-40 upside.

    Source: Milwaukee Bucks

  • Bonzie Colson
    PF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Bonzie Colson delivered 18 points in 21 minutes in Saturday's 89-83 win over the Hawks at Summer League.

    Colson shot 6-of-11 and hit three 3-pointers. He was a DFS darling over the final days of last season since the Bucks ran a skeleton crew and has been Milwaukee's top player through two games in Vegas so far. He's not likely to play much when the regular season begins but more strong games like this wouldn't hurt.

  • Jock Landale
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jock Landale led the Bucks with 25 points in Friday's Summer League loss, rounding out his line with 10 rebounds, a steal and three 3-pointers in 27 minutes.

    The 6'11" Landale, who's been playing with Zalgiris in Lithuania, went 6-of-13 from the field and a perfect 10-of-10 from the charity stripe. He spent last Summer League with the Hawks and looks to have added some range to his game — he went 3-of-8 from deep today after attempting only 29 triples in four years at St. Mary's.

  • Pau Gasol
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    Pau Gasol would like to continue his NBA career and says that he's recovering well from left foot surgery.

    Gasol underwent surgery in May to repair a navicular stress fracture in his left foot, after missing time with the Spurs earlier in the season because of a stress fracture in the same foot. Gasol is unlikely to be an on-court asset at this point in his career but a team should find him valuable on a minimum contract.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Wesley Matthews
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Wesley Matthews has agreed to a one-year, minimum deal with the Bucks.

    Matthews, who played his college ball at Marquette, will latch onto a contender. He could very well start at shooting guard for the Bucks and is a nice fit as an affordable, experienced 3-and-D option. He'll offer low-end fantasy appeal as a source of threes and steals, as usual.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Robin Lopez
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    According to Chris Haynes, Robin Lopez has reached an agreement on a deal with the Bucks.

    Ro-Lo joins his brother Bro-Lo (Brook Lopez) in what should be an interesting frontcourt pairing/rotation. The deal is reportedly for two years at the full room exception with the second year being a player option.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Robin Lopez
    C, Chicago Bulls

    The Bucks are expressing interest in signing Robin Lopez, per Shams Charania.

    The world needs the Lopez brothers on the same team as the entertainment factor would be off the charts. Robin has been connected to the Knicks already, though there should be a number of teams that get in on the bidding here. His days as a standard-league fantasy asset are likely over but Lopez is a steady, veteran hand who would provide excellent frontcourt depth for any roster.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • George Hill
    PG, Milwaukee Bucks

    According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, George Hill will be returning to the Bucks this season after both parties agree on a three-year, $29 million deal.

    This is a solid payday for the 10-year vet. It makes sense that the Bucks locked him down, now that Malcolm Brogdon is headed to the Pacers. Hill should remain a fantasy late-round plodder who battles bouts of inconsistency from week to week.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    The Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers have agreed on a sign-and-trade that will send Malcolm Brogdon to Indiana and a first-round and two second-round picks to Milwaukee according to Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter.

    Indiana will be paying Brogdon $85 million over the next four years. In an 11th hour reversal, the Pacers have found their PG of the future in Malcolm Brogdon instead of Ricky Rubio, who they had been linked to all offseason. Brogdon slides into a fantastic situation as Indiana's primary ball-handler as they continue to retool their roster. His fantasy value was always going to be rock-solid due to his outstanding percentages, but with a large role to play as a Pacer, he could find himself coming off draft boards sooner than expected this season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucker are working on a sign-and-trade with Malcolm Brogdon, per Gery Woelfel.

    Woelfel reported earlier that the Bucks hadn't received any indication that Brogdon would want to return to the team, though that's obviously different than him wanting out. It's been speculated that multiple teams were preparing big offer sheets and the Bucks may be looking to get something out of the deal rather than lose Brogdon for nothing. The Sixers look to have emerged as the top player in the market. Stay tuned.

    Source: Gery Woelfel on Twitter

  • Khris Middleton
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks and Khris Middleton have agreed to a five-year, $178M million deal with a player-option to return to the Bucks.

    There was never much thought of the Bucks letting Middleton go, and now they've locked up their All-Star wing for the foreseeable future. Middleton broke out in a big way this past season and it will be interesting to see if he can continue to grow next to Giannis Antetokounmpo. Middelton makes a nice early mid-round selection in fantasy drafts next season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Khris Middleton
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Khris Middleton is planning to sign a five-year, $178 million deal with the Bucks when free agency opens.

    Middleton has been Milwaukee's top priority, and though he would've been popular on the open market his name never really hit the rumor mill. The Bucks have locked in a major part of their core and can now focus on selling Giannis Antetokoumnmpo a long-term future with Middleton and Brook Lopez locked in. Middleton took a step back in fantasy last season but hopefully a year under coach Bud was all the adjustment he'll need. He could easily return to top-40 value.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Gery Woelfel is reporting that the Bucks have received no indication that Malcolm Brogdon would like to return.

    The Bucks are primed to retain most of their other key free agents, but Brogdon looks to be waiting for the offers to roll in — and several will. This doesn't mean that Brogdon wants out of Milwaukee by any means, just that he's been keeping things under wraps for the time being.

    Source: Gery Woelfel on Twitter