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

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Utah Jazz - Kris Dunn

If the Milwaukee Bucks are hunting for Patrick Beverley replacements, Kris Dunn should be near the top of the list. The former fifth-overall pick just finished up a strong year with the Utah Jazz and might be seeking a new home in free agency.

Dunn's most prominent strength is his perimeter defense. Though he stands at 6-foot-3 and could be hunted by bigger guards and wings, he typically holds his own with his excellent perimeter defense. He's never made an All-Defensive team, but there has been some chatter about the guard having a strong case on separate occasions over the years.

Dunn would fit seamlessly with Milwaukee, serving as a backup point guard who can provide a spark on defense while also scoring, passing and shooting the long ball. Having just turned 30, the guard would also help the Bucks get younger at the position. There's not much to dislike.

The biggest question mark with Dunn is what he is seeking in free agency. Does he want a multi-year deal? A chance to contend? A starting role? Obviously, the Milwaukee Bucks could not offer him all of that, but they could give him a chance to contend on a minimum deal to showcase his talent, which could help him ink a bigger deal the following off-season.