2. Goran Dragic
The Bucks added Dragic in March, and the 37-year-old served as a reserve guard. He only played in nine games, including mop-up minutes in two postseason contests, but he showed there is still a bit left in the tank. The Dragon had 14 points in each of the last two regular season contests, which were the only times he received more than 20 minutes of action.
Last summer, the former All-Star prioritized role over contending as he signed with the Bulls because they promised to use him as their backup point guard. Dragic was bought out mid-season and ended up in Milwaukee. He could look for something similar if he continues playing next year. The 6’3 guard has 15 years of NBA experience, and he could hang up the sneakers if nobody is willing to offer a consistent role.
The Bucks are not going to make him their backup point guard, so it seems likely that Goran Dragic will be wearing a different uniform to begin the 2023-24 season. Where he ends up is a mystery, but the 37-year-old would love to play with Luka Doncic in Dallas. The countrymen are good friends, and it could lead Dragic to end his career with the Mavericks.
Expect the Milwaukee Bucks to offer Goran Dragic a minimum contract to be their third-string point guard, but he will likely sign elsewhere.