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The Milwaukee Bucks have used their amnesty provision on Drew Gooden.
The Bucks will clear the remaining $13 million on Gooden's salary from their salary cap.
Gooden signed a five-year, $32 million deal with the Bucks in 2010.
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The Milwaukee Bucks have waived forward Drew Gooden under the amnesty provision, the team announced Tuesday evening.
Gooden, 31, had two years and 13.36 million remaining on a five-year, 32 million contract he signed with Milwaukee in 2010.
While Gooden will still get paid, the Bucks won't have the money count against the salary cap. The amnesty provision was added in the collective...
The Milwaukee Bucks are indeed in trouble. The next key piece to potentially leave the fold is Brandon Jennings.
According to a report, Jennings wants out of Milwaukee now.
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Photo Credit: Jsonline.com/AP Brandon Jennings has reached that always awkward position for any NBA player, the world of restricted free agency. For those who aren’t aware, after their rookie contracts expire, players become free agents… with one catch; their current team can match any offer made to the player by another team. Even though the Bucks have that aforementioned option...
Milwaukee Bucks: Draft Grades
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
Pick 15: Giannis Antetokounmpo- SF- Greece
- This 18 year old Greek, is arguably the biggest gamble in the entire draft. He has elite talents and size, but he is considered to be nowhere near NBA ready and it would be best if he stayed in Europe for a few more years. However, you do not spend the 15th...
The writing has been on the wall for some time now, but Brandon Jennings thinks he’s too big for Milwaukee.
The Sporting News is reporting that Jennings wants out of Milwaukee.
According to a source with knowledge of the situation, Jennings does not want to go back to play for the Bucks next season.
Jennings is a restricted free agent of course and his rights still belong to the...
Whenthe Atlanta Hawks decided to bring point guard Jeff Teague back into theirfuture plans by matching the offer sheet he signed with the Milwaukee Bucks,all eyes immediately turned back to Brandon Jennings.Will the young point guard and restricted free agent be able to strike a deal with the Bucks? That question doesn't have an answer.Though reports have come out in the past...
At 6’10” 250 pounds, Drew Gooden has the size, length and body to be a solid contributor on a playoff team. Is that team the New York Knicks?
With 4 roster spots left open, the NY Knicks are in the market for a PF/C to spell Tyson Chandler. With the acquisition of Andrea Bargnani and the uncertain health of Amar’e Stoudemire, the Knicks need to bring in another big to complement...
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free-agent guard/forward Carlos Delfino (6-6, 230), General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.
Delfino, 30, returns to the Bucks after spending the 2012-13 season with the Houston Rockets, where he averaged 10.6 points while shooting 37.5 percent from beyond the arc in 67 games...
The Detroit Pistons have discussed a sign-and-trade with the Milwaukee Bucks for Brandon Jennings.
Jennings is a restricted free agent and has a $4.5 million qualifying offer on the table from the Bucks.
Jennings is reportedly seeking a four-year, $48 million contract and whether he wants to return to the Bucks is in doubt.
It wouldn’t be Las Vegas Summer League without some nasty slam dunk and during yesterday’s New Orleans Hornets/Milwaukee Bucks game, Chris Daniels threw down a nasty facial on a Pelicans defender.
Watch as Chris rises up in the second quarter and throws it down on Darius Miller:
Chris Daniels throws down facial on Pelicans defender [Pro Basketball Talk]
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free agents Carlos Delfino and Zaza Puchulia.
The Bucks announced the signings Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed.
Delfino returns to the Bucks after spending last season with the Houston Rockets, where he averaged 10.6 points in 67 games.
Delfino played for the Bucks for three seasons from 2009-2012. He averaged 10.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2...
As midnight passed, so did the deadline for NBA teams to waive players via the amnesty clause. Two teams, the Miami Heat and the Milwaukee Bucks snuck in a couple of cuts before the deadline: Mike Miller and Drew Gooden.
Said the Heat of Miller:
"After many discussions internally and a sincere effort to explore the trade market, we made a very difficult decision...