Best targets for Bucks on Day 2 of 2024 NBA Free Agency

The Bucks have been quiet thus far.
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To the surprise of many, the Milwaukee Bucks did nothing on the first day of 2024 NBA Free Agency.

With nothing but minimum contracts at their disposal, they were not expected to be among the big spenders like the Philadelphia 76ers or OKC Thunder, but at least one move could have gone down. As day two gets underway, let's look at some of the best free agent fits still on the board.

Free agent targets for the Bucks on Day 2 of free agency

The Milwaukee Bucks need a backup point guard on the roster, and Kris Dunn remains on the market. A borderline All-Defensive guard, Dunn would fit seamlessly on this roster, providing strong defense while also orchestrating the bench brigade. Dennis Smith Jr. also checks off those boxes and would help give the team even more athleticism, something this roster is stocking up on.

At the shooting guard slot, Lonnie Walker IV and Josh Okogie are two players who could give the Bucks reinforcements at a position of need. Walker would be more of an offensive boost due to his electric athleticism, dunk package and decent perimeter shooting, while Okogie could be a scrappy do-it-all wing with a defensive-first mindset.

As for small forwards, Lamar Stevens and Oshae Brissett, two potential Jae Crowder replacements, are still available and would be great fits with this roster. Both would help this roster get younger and shore up the team's versatility with two players who can play different positions. If either could be had on a minimum, it would be a nice pickup.

In the frontcourt, Kyle Anderson or Taurean Prince could be decent fits due to the versatility they give at the power forward spot. Both 30, they also have solid experience but are also still young enough to make this Milwaukee Bucks roster younger.

Finally, at center, Mo Bamba stands out due to his floor spacing and rim protection. If he could be had on a minimum, it would be a low-risk move to bulk up the center position. Goga Bitazde would fit the same mold and could be an under-the-radar pickup. Both could likely be had on very cheap deals.

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