The Milwaukee Bucks are going to look very different this upcoming season. While Khris Middleton has been re-signed on a three-year contract, Jevon Carter (Chicago Bulls) and Joe Ingles (Orlando Magic) have departed. Additionally, it doesn’t look like Brook Lopez will be back either.
Obviously, the Bucks need to fill their roster to replace the players that have departed or will depart at some point this offseason. Unfortunately, they do not have the salary cap space to chase any bigger names.
That is why Milwaukee is more likely to look at players like Terence Davis, whom they reportedly have shown interest in according to reports.
Could the Milwaukee Bucks Sign Terence Davis?
If there was any proof that an undrafted free agent can become successful in the NBA, one would just have had to follow the free agency news last night. Former undrafted free agent Gabe Vincent, previously of the Miami Heat, signed a $33 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Terence Davis is another former undrafted free agent guard on the market, though he will not command as high of a salary as Vincent. However, he is in high demand according to Michael Scotto of Hoops Hype:
Terence Davis has received interest from the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, Dallas Mavericks, and Toronto Raptors, league sources told @hoopshype. Davis has averaged 8.6 points over the last three seasons with the Sacramento Kings.
— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) July 1, 2023
After going undrafted in 2019, Davis was signed by the Toronto Raptors. He appeared in 72 games (four starts that season), and averaged 7.5 points, 3.3 rebounds., and 1.6 assists while shooting 38.8% from three. Davis was named NBA All-Rookie Second Team for his efforts.
Midway through his second season, the Raptors traded Davis to the Sacramento Kings for a second-round pick. He averaged 11.1 points while shooting 37.2% from three for the Kings for the remainder of the season.
During the 2021 offseason, he re-signed with the Kings on a two-year deal. In 2021-22, he averaged 10.4 points while shooting 32.9% from three, but only played in 30 games.
Last season, Davis played in 67 games, and averaged 6.7 points while shooting 36.6% from three.