Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Early reactions to Tony Snell re-signing

MILWAUKEE, WI - APRIL 22: (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)
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The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here with reactions to Tony Snell‘s quick re-signing.

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we gather up the reactions to Tony Snell’s re-signing with the Bucks, the latest free agency rumors involving the Bucks and more.

There was little suspense in Tony Snell’s free agency as the Bucks secured his return as one of the very first moves once free agency opened at midnight, but still the Bucks are reported to be at work in pursuing more players.

We’ll have all of the news, reactions and rumors surrounding the Bucks in free agency here, so stick with us at Behind the Buck Pass, and check in with us here in this daily column.

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

Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 6/30/17

Milwaukee Bucks reportedly sign Tony Snell to four-year, $46 million deal in NBA free agency (read here): Ti Windisch rounded up the details as the Bucks opened up free agency by re-signing Tony Snell on the stroke of midnight.

Milwaukee Bucks Rumors: Bucks reportedly interested in Ben McLemore (read here): Although the Bucks are now very restricted in terms of cap and roster space, the rumors continued after midnight. Firstly, I wrote about the Ben McLemore connection.

Milwaukee Bucks Rumors: Bucks eyeing Anthony Tolliver in NBA free agency (read here): Ti Windisch had the details of another name who can be added to the list as the Bucks were noted as one of a number of teams who have interest in veteran forward Anthony Tolliver.

Milwaukee Bucks Rumors: Bucks will waste no time with Tony Snell (read here): Earlier in the day, I highlighted the details of Marc Stein’s post on Milwaukee’s aggressive pursuit of a quick deal with Snell, which of course turned out to be true.

Milwaukee Bucks: 5 salary dump destinations for the Bucks (read here): Ti Windisch picked out some of the teams who could prove to be trade partners if and when the Bucks try to shed salary.

Milwaukee Bucks announce Las Vegas Summer League roster (read here): I rounded up the details on the Bucks’ official Summer League roster, as the team released 12 names ahead of next week’s tournament.

Win In 6 Podcast #135: Milwaukee Bucks’ free agency preview (read here): Jordan Treske and I looked ahead to the Bucks’ free agency, combining to predict the value and timing of Snell’s deal.

Milwaukee Bucks: Ownership’s role in dysfunctional general manager search (read here): I picked out some of the key details from ESPN’s report on Bucks’ ownership. The full report can be found in the section below.

Milwaukee Bucks Rumors: Bucks likely sellers to avoid luxury tax (read here): I rounded up the key notes from another Zach Lowe report as he mentioned the Bucks as potential sellers as they look to dip below the luxury tax.

Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 6/30/17

NBA Free Agency: Curry, Griffin, Warriors early winners; Pacers, Spurs on losing end (read here): Matt Moore of CBS Sports picks out his winners and losers of free agency’s opening exchanges, placing the Bucks in the positive category by noting getting Snell below $12 million per year as good value.

Best and worst deals on Day 1 of NBA free agency [$] (read here): Kevin Pelton of ESPN also runs through the opening deals, picking out Snell’s deal as good for the player, and mostly positive for the Bucks although it leaves tax concerns to be addressed.

Who’s running the Milwaukee Bucks? That’s a good question (read here): The full report from ESPN’s Zach Lowe and Brian Windhorst on the ownership tensions that emerged during the Bucks’ dysfunctional GM search.

Next: Win In 6 Podcast #135: Milwaukee Bucks’ free agency preview

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