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

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Boston Celtics - Oshae Brissett

Sticking with the wing, one player who should be of interest to Milwaukee is Boston's Oshae Brissett. The forward hasn't played an overly prominent role for the Celtics this season, logging 11.5 minutes per game, but he would make for an interesting target due to his height, length and athleticism.

At 6-foot-7, Brissett is capable of playing either forward position, something this team needs badly. For years, bigger wings and forwards have tormented Milwaukee's smaller players, so adding a big forward like Brissett would make some sense, as his height would limit opponents' ability to simply shoot over him every trip down the floor. That will be a recurring theme on this list.

Simultaneously, Brissett could also give the Bucks a nice power forward to utilize in their small-ball lineups. Since P.J. Tucker played the role to perfection way back in 2021, the team hasn't had a proper complementary small-ball four to play next to Giannis Antetokounmpo. Brissett wouldn't be a game-changer, but he has the skill and physical tools to be worth some consideration.

For Brissett to hit the open market, he would have to decline his upcoming player option. Given how little he played for the Celtics, it would make sense for him to seek a change of scenery where he may see a more significant role. Once free agency opens, the Bucks could offer him a prove-it deal to showcase his talents on a team that could use a player like him.