Analyzing the Milwaukee Bucks updated depth chart after signing Jaylin Galloway

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The final piece of the Milwaukee Bucks roster was added yesterday, with Australian Jaylin Galloway taking their final two-way spot. Galloway joins the two-way room with TyTy Washington and Ryan Rollins, who was also added recently.

The 21-year old forward had a stint with the Minnesota Timberwolves during the Summer League before returning to Australia where he has spent four years with the Sydney Kings. He is a 6-foot-7 wing and has reportedly had interest from multiple teams before electing to join the Bucks.

It is likely he will spend most of his time in the G-League with the Wisconsin Herd, where he will partner with his fellow two-way players and Chris Livingston. However, there is still the opportunity for him to see game time with the Bucks, so let's break down the completed depth chart.

Analyzing the Milwaukee Bucks updated depth chart after signing Jaylin Galloway

Point guards - Damian Lillard, Patrick Beverley, TyTy Washington (Two-way), Ryan Rollins (Two-way)

Shooting guards - Malik Beasley, Pat Connaughton, AJ Green, Andre Jackson Jr.

Small forwards - Khris Middleton, MarJon Beauchamp, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Chris Livingston, Jaylin Galloway (Two-way)

Power forwards - Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jae Crowder, Danilo Gallinari

Centers - Brook Lopez, Bobby Portis

The roster is now set, and the Bucks have been magnificent since the All-Star weekend, with five straight wins following last night's victory over the Chicago Bulls. Four of those wins have seen the Bucks holding their opponents to under 100 points as Doc Rivers' imprint on the team takes stronger effect.

Galloway adds to the wing room, which is beginning to look crowded, but he and Livingston will likely spend the rest of the season with the Herd. Giannis Antetokounmpo has spent time playing the center position as well, and Rivers has tested various lineups, with AJ Green being one to take his opportunity and stamp his place in the rotation, having impressed Rivers.

The Herd hold a 12-12 record, and adding Galloway gives them another young player with lots of potential to give minutes to. He has great two-way ability, and should he demonstrate that during his stint in the G-League, then he could follow in Green's steps and potentially be given a full contract in the future.

From now until the end of the season, not much should change in terms of the rotation as Rivers has clearly found a formula for winning, but the upcoming games will be huge tests to see where the Bucks are. In March they face the Clippers and Lakers twice, the Warriors, Kings, Sixers, Suns, Celtics and Thunder. These games will allow the Bucks to show what they can do as well as working on the final alterations to rotation and lineups with the postseason beginning in mid-April.

As for Galloway, this is a low-risk and high-potential move for all involved as he gets to showcase his skills in the G-League while the Bucks can assess how they see him fitting moving forward.

Stay tuned for more Milwaukee Bucks analysis as we head into the final months of the regular season.