The Milwaukee Bucks, who are currently the number-one seed in the Eastern Conference, are on the verge of adding an NBA All-Star to their squad. It could be official as soon as Friday, March 3rd.
Milwaukee Bucks “Front Runners” To Sign Goran Dragić
The Milwaukee Bucks “have emerged as front-runners” to sign former Chicago Bulls guard Goran Dragić, who will meet with the franchise Friday, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Dragic joining the Bucks would make them an even stronger contender in the Eastern Conference. They have already won 16 straight games, overtaking the Boston Celtics as the top seed in the conference. Dragic would be an addition to a team that already includes Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday.
In his 15th NBA season, Dragic came off the bench for all 51 games he took part in this season. He has averaged 6.4 points and 2.7 assists in an average of 15.4 minutes per contest. His most productive month came in November when he averaged 17.7 minutes of action during the month, scoring 7.8 points with 2.8 assists. Adding guard depth would be massive for the Milwaukee Bucks’ rotation after the departure of Jordan Nowra and George Hill earlier this season.
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