Jerryd Bayless has seen plenty in his six pro seasons with five teams.
But something will be new when the 6-foot-3 guard joins the Milwaukee Bucks for training camp in September.
Bayless will be playing under future Hall of Fame point guard Jason Kidd, who will be in his second season as an NBA coach and his first with the Bucks.
"J-Kidd is a young coach but he has been in the league for a long time," Bayless said. "Just being around him and learning from a player of that magnitude, who now has switched over to coaching, is something I'm really looking forward to.
"I think he can help me in different ways, not only from the point guard position, just his view of the game."
Bayless signed his contract with the Bucks on Thursday morning and met with media members at the Cousins Center.
A league source indicated the deal is a two-year, $6 million contract.
The Phoenix native joins a reshaped backcourt that features Brandon Knight, the Bucks' lead...