The Milwaukee Bucks have a solid starting backcourt, with Matthew Dellavedova at the one and Kris Middleton at the two — and with Giannis Antetokounmpo as the point forward handling a lot of the playoff duties.
Enter Jason Terry, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.
Terry will be 39 by the time the season starts, but in a limited role he was fairly solid for the Rockets last season. He still has some playmaking skills, and he can catch-and-shoot to space the floor, hitting 35.6 percent from three last season. He’s also a little better defensively than one would expect.
In a limited role — 15 minutes a night? — he could provide some veteran stability on and off the court (and they likely can get him for the room exception). Assuming this is a one-year deal, it’s a respectable move for the Bucks. Not a game changer, but solid.