3 Players who could fill the Milwaukee Bucks’ final two-way roster spot

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Milwaukee Bucks’ two-way candidates: No. 3 – TyTy Washington Jr.

Like the aforementioned Kennedy Chandler, TyTy Washington Jr. is another point guard from the 2022 NBA Draft class who needs a new home after one season. The guard was involved in two trades this off-season before being waived by the OKC Thunder. As he looks for a new home in the coming months, the Milwaukee Bucks would be wise to at least reach out to the guard.

At 21 years old, Washington is the oldest player on this list, but he’s still obviously very young. The youngster was a combo guard at the collegiate level, and he clearly showed enough glimpses to be selected in the first round. His minutes were far from plentiful at the NBA level, but in college, he was a nice scorer and passer who played pesky defense. A player like that could be quite useful.

Like Chandler and Gortman, Washington would be a nice developmental piece who could spend a good amount of their time with the Herd. If the Bucks end up needing a backup point guard during the season, they’d have a nice option in the G-League ready to pounce on the opportunity. These are all interesting names to consider for that final two-way roster spot in Milwaukee.

It will be fascinating to see who the Milwaukee Bucks eventually sign with their final two-way slot.

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