1 Realistic free agent target the Milwaukee Bucks should pursue from each team

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Minnesota Timberwolves - Kyle Anderson

The Bucks going after Kyle Anderson would essentially go against the entire idea of them needing to get both younger and more athletic. After all, his nickname is "Slo Mo" for a reason. Yet, even if he will not be throwing down any thunderous dunks or swatting shots into the fourth row, he does possess a few qualities that could help Milwaukee.

Anderson's biggest boon is his defensive versatility. At 6-foot-9, he's capable of playing/guarding either forward position. As talked about ad nauseam, the Milwaukee Bucks need an infusion of that. The forward could seamlessly make Milwaukee's lineups more versatile, particularly when they go to their strategy of utilizing Giannis Antetokounmpo at the center position.

Over the last two years with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Anderson has also reached new heights as a facilitator and backup floor general, averaging 4.5 assists per game. With that type of ball-handling and playmaking at his height, Anderson could play a role similar to Joe Ingles when he was with the team while providing much better defense simultaneously.

If the Bucks could snag him on a minimum, they would still need to find youth and athleticism via other avenues, but this would be a nice pickup regardless.