Milwaukee Bucks daily: Prospects interviewed on day 1 of Draft Combine

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The latest Milwaukee Bucks daily is here with the news of players interviewed by the Bucks on the first day of the Draft Combine.

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks daily, we look at the players who interviewed with the Bucks on the first day of the Draft Combine in Chicago, news of the latest hire for the Oshkosh D-League team, and more.

As news continues to trickle out in terms of players interviewed by the Bucks so far, be sure to check in with us on Saturday for a detailed breakdown of every prospect linked with Milwaukee coming out of the Combine.

As always, an easy way to stay on top of that or anything else Bucks-related is to stick with us and read this column every morning. We round up anything you may have missed from us at Behind the Buck Pass on the previous day, as well as our picks of the latest Bucks news from around the internet.

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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories:

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Milwaukee Bucks: Risk and reward of a potential Jabari Parker contract extension (read here): Steven Donovan assesses the potential for a Jabari Parker contract extension, weighing up the potential risks and rewards of such a deal.

Milwaukee Bucks 2016-17 season review: Tony Snell (read here): As our season reviews continued, Ti Windisch wrote about the year of impending free agent Tony Snell following his preseason trade from Chicago.

Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 5/11/17

Notes: Bucks interview prospects at combine (read here): Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports on all the Bucks details from day one of the Draft Combine, where the team met T.J. Leaf, Ivan Rabb, Justin Patton, Dillon Brooks, and Tony Bradley among others.

Bucks promote Deb Logan to vice president of corporate partnerships for new D-League team in Oshkosh (read here): Although the wait for news of basketball hires continues, the Bucks continue to fill up positions at their new D-League team. Deb Logan was promoted from Senior Director of Partnership Sales for the Bucks to her new role as Vice President of Corporate Partnerships for the Oshkosh franchise.

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That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.