9 Former Milwaukee Bucks who remain unsigned in free agency

These Bucks are still looking for homes.
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Danilo Gallinari

Bouncing around between three teams this past season, the final of which was the Milwaukee Bucks, Gallinari's NBA future is uncertain. He didn't show much that will have teams banging down his door to sign him, but perhaps someone could bring him in to serve as a veteran presence. Nearly 36, he's no longer the player he once was, but his experience and leadership could be quite useful for someone.

Thanasis Antetokounmpo

If this were a regular off-season, Antetokounmpo may have already been back with the Bucks. Yet, he recently suffered a torn Achilles, which will keep him sidelined for the foreseeable future. With him on a lengthy road to recovery, handing him a new deal would not make sense for anyone. Once he is on his feet again, perhaps the Milwaukee Bucks could welcome him back.

Sandro Mamukelashvili

After struggling to find himself with the Bucks, many thought that Mamukelashvili would have a better time with the Spurs. He showed potential in 2023-24, but he played the smallest role of his career this past season. Having just turned 25, he fits in nicely with San Antonio's youth timeline and could bulk up their center rotation if they were to retain him, but it's unclear what's next for the big man.

TyTy Washington Jr.

Having inked a two-way deal with the Milwaukee Bucks last off-season, Washington spent most of his 2023-24 season with the Wisconsin Herd, Milwaukee's G-League affiliate. He was a first-round pick of the Rockets just two years ago, and he's still just 22, so it would make sense for a team to pick him up to see if they can unearth some of that potential.

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