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

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Sacramento Kings - Alex Len

Bucks fans, Malik Monk is not coming to Milwaukee, as welcoming as it would be for them to poach the Sacramento Kings shooting guard. Instead, sticking with center depth, Alex Len isn't the most star-studded name, but he could certainly give the Bucks another experienced big man to add to a roster that needs another body in the frontcourt.

This wouldn't be a game-changer for the Bucks. Outside of early on in his NBA career, Len has been a backup for most of his playing days, and he'd follow the same path in Milwaukee. Adding Len to their roster would give the Bucks a 7-foot big man who can grab boards and protect the rim at a fine level. At 30, he's still decently young as well.

Among the many other centers featured on this list, Len may not be the most desirable name, but as the 13th, 14th or 15th man on this roster, there wouldn't be too much to dislike. On top of that, he's not getting more than the minimum financially, so the Bucks wouldn't have to invest too much into him in that regard. It wouldn't be a flashy move.

Len should be nowhere near the top of Milwaukee's wish list, but in terms of Kings on the market, he's among the most reasonable fits.