Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Bucks had interest in Anthony Morrow

CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 30: Anthony Morrow
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 30: Anthony Morrow /

The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as reported Bucks target Anthony Morrow signed with the Portland Trail Blazers.

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we take a look at how Anthony Morrow may have been a target who got away from the Bucks,  how they managed to secure Jason Terry‘s return, and more.

Barring any trades, the Bucks likely won’t be making any more major personnel moves outside of signing someone to one of their recently vacated two-way contract slots. If the Bucks decide to waive Gary Payton II, that could also open up an extra roster spot.

To make sure you don’t miss any of the best news, analysis and reactions about the Bucks, check in with this column every morning for a handy roundup of all of our work at Behind the Buck Pass, and a selection of the best writing from elsewhere around the internet.

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

Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 9/15/17

Milwaukee Bucks reportedly re-sign veteran guard Jason Terry (read here): I rounded up the key details from the multiple reports that Jason Terry signed a deal to return to the Bucks for another season, on the date of his 40th birthday.

Milwaukee Bucks: 49 years in 49 days – 1984-85 NBA season (read here): Ti Windisch looked at how the Bucks managed to cope after a summer of great change, as his 49 years in 49 days series arrived at the 1984-85 season.

Milwaukee Bucks: How concerned should we be about D.J. Wilson‘s rebounding? (read here): Mike Bossetti takes a closer look at D.J. Wilson’s rebounding struggles and how they might impact the Bucks moving forward.

Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 9/15/17

Trail Blazers and Anthony Morrow agree to deal (read here): Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders was the first to report a deal for Anthony Morrow to play in Portland this season, and he also noted how the Bucks were among the teams who had expressed interest in the veteran sharpshooter.

Construction finally begins on much-anticipated entertainment mall at Bucks arena (read here): James B. Nelson of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that construction has begun on the area around the new arena site which will house bars and restaurants.

Peter Feigin’s personal loss led him, Bucks to make huge Heart Walk effort. (read here): Jimmy Carlton of OnMilwaukee wrote about how the loss of Peter Feigin’s father has inspired the Bucks president, and the organization as a whole, to play a big role in the Greater Milwaukee Heart and Stroke Walk.

Emerald Gems Foundation – Help with U.S. Virgin Islands Hurrican Irma relief effort (read here): Milwaukee Bucks assistant general manager Milt Newton and his wife Shalaun are using their foundation as an outlet to help the relief and recovery effort in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and donations can be made to help their cause at the link above.

Next: Win In 6 Podcast #145: Why have the Bucks only won one championship?

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