How good is the hot chocolate at the BMO Harris Bradley Center? Free-agent swingman Gerald Green has agreed on a contract with the Milwaukee Bucks, league sources told The Vertical. Green will sign a non-guaranteed deal for training camp and is expected to compete for a regular-season roster spot.
You start here as the Miami Heat are again about to get started: How in the heck is this a Pat Riley roster? It was one thing to go into last season without an All-Star on the roster, because that also was in the wake of spending $98 million on Hassan Whiteside and dramatically losing Dwyane Wade. It was a transition year both out of design and necessity. But this is different. This was the offseason when Chris Bosh's salary came off the books and the star search could be reset. Instead an argument could be made that the best player on the Heat's current roster (debate that as you choose) would not even be the second best player on the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors, Washington
It’s a veritable geriatric community gathering in the Milwaukee Bucks training camp this year. According to a report from Shams Charania, the Bucks have dipped their hand into the well once more and pulled out an aged player, this time being Gerald Green. In a related move, Milwaukee did officially announce that it requested waivers on JeQuan Lewis, the undrafted guard from VCU who was signed way back on July 6th. Many will remember Lewis as the man almost everyone forgot was actually on this Bucks roster for the past two months. The Green signing continues Milwaukee’s path down fortifying the end of their roster with another veteran presence. With Brandon Rush, James Young and Kendall Marshall