Analyzing the Milwaukee Bucks’ offseason after draft and free agency

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Grading the Milwaukee Bucks’ Offseason So Far

Anyone who believes the Bucks could have won the title last season if Khris Middleton was healthy should be pleased with their offseason thus far. They kept basically the entire team together and then added a young, athletic wing in MarJon Beauchamp and a veteran in Joe Ingles who can be a ball handler and shooter off the bench.

The Bucks haven’t done anything fancy to this point or made any huge changes, but they didn’t really need to. They were one of the favorites to win the title last season, and all signs point to them being one again this season. It’s important to remember that they easily could have lost key contributors from last season, and retaining all of those players is a win, even if it isn’t flashy or crazy.

It still might help if they can trade some players (such as Grayson Allen and George Hill) for an upgrade, and the team still could use some more youth. But there should be very few complaints about keeping a championship-level team together, and even adding a couple of guys that fill needs.

Milwaukee Bucks Offseason Grade (So Far): A-

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Stay tuned to see if the Milwaukee Bucks make any more offseason moves.