Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Kendall Marshall signed, Bronson Koenig waived

MILWAUKEE, WI- OCTOBER 31: Kendall Marshall
MILWAUKEE, WI- OCTOBER 31: Kendall Marshall /

The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Thursday was a busy day of personnel changes for the Bucks.

In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we round up all of the details surrounding Kendall Marshall‘s signing, Bronson Koenig‘s release, and more.

With Koenig waived, the Bucks now have both of their two-way roster spots open again, and so it’s likely that further additions or adjustments to the roster will be following very soon.

To make sure you’ve got all of the details and reaction when the Bucks do make those moves, stick with us at Behind the Buck Pass, and check in with this column every morning.

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

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Milwaukee Bucks: Snapping the Los Angeles Lakers’ all-time win streak (read here): I took a closer look at the 1972 game that saw the Bucks snap the Lakers 33-win, all-time longest NBA winning streak.

Milwaukee Bucks: 49 years in 49 days – 1990-91 NBA season (read here): In the latest of Ti Windisch’s 49 years in 49 days series, the 1990-91 season saw the theme of change continue to dominate the Bucks’ storylines, even though the team remained relatively successful on the court.

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Bucks sign Kendall Marshall (read here): Via a statement on, the Bucks announced that point guard Kendall Marshall had signed a training camp contract and would be returning to Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Bucks request waivers on former UW star Bronson Koenig (read here): Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel rounded up the key details as the Bucks made the decision to waive Bronson Koenig, leaving them with two open two-way spots once again.

As he settles in with Bucks, Milt Newton trying to help those at home in Virgin Islands (read here): Velazquez also spoke to Bucks assistant GM Milt Newton about his efforts to provide help to those who have been devastated by hurricanes in his native Virgin Islands.

#CrystalBasketball: Ranking the Milwaukee Bucks for 2017-18 (read here): Adam Fromal and the team over at NBA Math sorted through and scored the Bucks roster heading into the new season.

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