Ranking Milwaukee Bucks' 2023-24 midseason roster moves after Jaylin Galloway signing

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Year after year, Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst has never been shy about tweaking the team's roster in the middle of the season,

That trend continued this season, with the team opting to make a few tweaks around the edges rather than a seismic splash. Well, that's if you simply look at roster changes; they went through a significant change at the head coaching position by bringing in Doc Rivers in January. However, for this exercise, we'll take a look at just the roster changes that have taken place over the last few months.

That said, let us rank them from least to most impactful.

No. 4 - Signing Ryan Rollins to a two-way deal

Back in mid-February, the Bucks shored up their guard depth by adding former second-round pick Ryan Rollins via a two-way deal. With just 22 total games logged in his first two NBA seasons, Rollins came to the team as an inexperienced 21-year-old but a player worth taking a flyer on, as there have been glimpses of two-way potential on display in his limited NBA action.

As expected, the guard has been stashed in the G-League with the Wisconsin Herd since the move, having not appeared in a game for the Bucks yet. In five games with the Herd, Rollins has averaged 16 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game while shooting 42.4 percent from 3-point land. It's a small sample size, but Rollins has caught some rightful attention during his time in Oshkosh.

If he can continue to develop, Rollins, who has solid size at 6-foot-4, could develop into a quality point guard due to his compelling scoring ability and nice defensive skills.

Rollins will likely spend the rest of the season with the Herd, where he'll be auditioning for his future with the Bucks. If the team is weighing guard options when Summer League and training camp roll around later this year, Rollins could be on their radar if he continues to flash potential. Many have expressed a desire for the team to get younger, and keeping Rollins would help in that regard.

In short, this is a low-risk, high-reward signing for Milwaukee. Rollins will not make much an impact on the Bucks this year, but this could very well allow him to get his foot in the door to do so down the line.