Updated depth chart after Milwaukee Bucks' slew of free agent signings

Milwaukee has one roster spot left.
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Despite having limited financial avenues to do so, the Milwaukee Bucks have made some solid moves to open NBA Free Agency.

They've brought in three new players, including Delon Wright, Stanley Umude and Taurean Prince, to address several positions of need. Now, Milwaukee's roster currently stands at 14 standard players and three two-way players. This could change at any given moment, but let's analyze the depth chart as it currently stands.

The Milwaukee Bucks' current depth chart after free agency moves

Point guard - Damian Lillard, Delon Wright, AJ Johnson, Ryan Rollins (Two-way)

Shooting guard - Pat Connaughton, AJ Green, Andre Jackson Jr., Stanley Umude (Two-way)

Small forward - Khris Middleton, Taurean Prince, MarJon Beauchamp, Chris Livingston, Jaylin Galloway (Two-way)

Power forward - Giannis Antetokounmpo, Tyler Smith

Center - Brook Lopez, Bobby Portis

These three newcomers patch some roster holes and give the team needed depth. Wright gives Milwaukee a veteran capable of playing both guard positions, but as things currently stand, he'll likely primarily be used as a point guard behind Damian Lillard. Rookie AJ Johnson can learn from them and work on developing his on-court product.

Prince could realistically work his way into the starting lineup if the Bucks slide Khris Middleton to shooting guard, but it remains to be seen if they'll explore that. For the sake of this depth chart, it makes sense to stick with their primary positions. Like Wright, Prince is versatile, as he can slide between the small forward and power forward positions when he's called upon.

On a two-way, Umude might not play a prominent role for the Milwaukee Bucks, but he can provide depth and serve as an insurance policy for the time being. He has the potential to be a hidden gem for the Bucks due to the potential he possesses.

With one roster spot left, the Bucks will likely eye a shooting guard or a big man if they aim to fill it before the season begins. They could use a clear-cut starting two-guard, and there are a handful of solid names still out there. A big man would also be valuable to provide another body behind Lopez and Portis.

It's been reported that the Bucks want to be more versatile next season, and this current group will allow them to accomplish that particular goal.

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