3 Jae Crowder replacements the Bucks should pursue in free agency

Crowder's days in Milwaukee are likely done.
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Taurean Prince

Of these players, Taurean Prince feels like the safest bet to come in and make the biggest impact in Crowder's place. That's largely because he's the most experienced and has the largest sample size of games under his belt, having just finished his eighth NBA season. He should be on Milwaukee's radar in free agency.

The 6-foot-6 veteran is capable of playing either forward position, which would give the Bucks some nice versatility. With that size, he's a quality defender and can take on players of all shapes and sizes. Offensively, he's a fine scorer and perimeter shooter, having averaged 10.1 points while hitting 37.6 percent of his career triples. Having just turned 30, he's still fairly young and would fit in nicely.

The big question is what type of deal Prince may command on the open market this NBA off-season. If he's willing to take something on the cheaper side, he'd be a quality option for the Bucks. If not, it's tough to imagine them luring the forward from Los Angeles to Milwaukee. Still, as they should do with any player above 6-foot-6 who can play defense, the Milwaukee Bucks should at least call him.

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