What the Milwaukee Bucks should do with each impending free agent

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Milwaukee Bucks: Joe Ingles
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Joe Ingles – If cheap, retain

Once he debuted and found his groove following a lengthy recovery from an ACL injury, Joe Ingles was a solid addition to the Bucks. He provided perimeter shooting and facilitating as a member of the second unit. Despite Ingles’ role diminished in the postseason, it would not be surprising if the Bucks wanted to keep him around for another year. However, it would have to be far cheaper than the $6.5 million they handed him last off-season. If the 35-year-old vet would be willing to accept a team-friendly deal, it would be feasible for the Bucks to retain him.

Dragic – Let go

Like the aforementioned Meyers Leonard, Goran Dragic was a mid-season addition who the Bucks signed for some added depth. Dragic did not play much, and while he does still have some gas left in the tank, it likely will not be in Milwaukee. If he intends to keep playing, Dragic likely would like to find a team where he can play legitimate minutes as he enters his age-37 season. Bringing him back for cheap would not be the worst decision the front office has ever made, but they are likely to prioritize their top guys before Dragic.