The Bucks just waived and stretched Spencer Hawes, part of a move by the team to free up a little cap space.
Apparently, to sign Jason Terry, reports Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times.
The Bucks will start Tony Snell at the two and after that it’s Rashad Vaughn and Sterling Brown, Terry could fit in that group and contribute. Terry played in 74 games for the Bucks last season, giving them more than 18 minutes a night, and he shot 42 percent from three. The Jet is limited in other areas of his game, but as a veteran off the bench, he can help.
And at a minimum contract, it makes sense.