3 In-house options the Milwaukee Bucks could explore to fill their final roster spot

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Glenn Robinson III

Due to Milwaukee's current need for another big body in the frontcourt, this is the unlikeliest name of the bunch to get called up, but it remains a possibility. Glenn Robinson III had seven seasons of NBA experience under his belt before inking a deal with the Herd in hopes of jumpstarting a comeback to the big leagues.

Of course, there is plenty of history in Milwaukee with the Robinson family. Robinson's father, Glenn "Big Dog" Robinson, was the top overall draft pick by the Bucks in 1994 and earned his two All-Star selections with the team. Robinson has talked about wanting to work his way up to playing for the team his dad suited up for all of those years ago, and it is on the table right now.

Robinson would give the Bucks another versatile veteran wing who would serve as nice depth. When he was in the league, Robinson was a quality 3-and-D wing, using his 6-foot-6, 222lb frame to hound offensive players while also shooting 37.3 percent from three for his career. At 30 years old, the wing still may have plenty of good basketball left in him.

He has been a great veteran addition for the Herd this season, averaging 9.7 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists while shooting 49.2 percent from the field and 37.9 percent from distance while being a quality leader. Robinson has flashed glimpses of strong potential with the Herd, and if the Bucks want to get another veteran wing in the locker room, he could be their guy.

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