Bucks Reportedly Sign Brandon Rush


The Milwaukee Bucks have reportedly signed veteran swingman Brandon Rush, his agency Priority Sports announced via Twitter Monday morning.

Contract details have yet to be revealed, but it figures to be a one-year deal.

Rush, 32, spent last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves, averaging 4.2 points (37% FG, 39% 3Pt) over 21.9 minutes per game. He is best known for his role with the Golden State Warriors back in 2014-16.

Despite a very quiet offseason, the Bucks have signed two veterans within the past three days. After re-signing Jason Terry last Friday, Milwaukee was still in the market for another role player, being linked to both Rush and former Pelicans forward Dante Cunningham.

Rush figures to play behind Tony Snell and Khris Middleton but has logged 58 starts in 119 games over the past two seasons with Minnesota and Golden State.



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