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Bucks sign ex-Badgers player Marcus Landry to free-agent deal

The Bucks have signed 29-year-old free-agent forward Marcus Landry, a Milwaukee native and former University of Wisconsin player. The team announced the move on Monday afternoon. After starring in high school at Milwaukee Vincent, Landry played four years for the Badgers and went undrafted after college. He's played professionally in the NBA, the D-League and overseas since his Wisconsin...
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August 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Bucks Sign Marcus Landry

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free agent forward Marcus Landry. Landry, 29, was undrafted after a four-year collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin. A Milwaukee native, Landry has played professionally in the NBA, the NBA D-League and internationally since wearing the Badgers uniform from 2005-09. Last season, Landry played 49 games for CAI Zaragoza in Spain where he averaged...
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August 17, 2015  |  Discuss

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