Milwaukee to sign Dragic… fill backcourt

Milwaukee to sign Dragic… fill backcourt

The winning Milwaukee Bucks add experience to the backcourt.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Milwaukee is about to sign a contract with ‘The Dragon’ Goran Dragic (guard, 191cm, 86kg).

Dragic recently terminated his contract with the Chicago Bulls. Last summer he made his nest in Chicago. However, he chose not to part with Chicago. It seems that his contract was suspended at Dragic’s request, which led to him being put on the transfer market.

After that, Milwaukee approached. Not a bad destination for Dragic who wants to win. However, currently in Milwaukee, George Holliday, Grayson Allen, Pat Connorton, and Jeven Carter are holding on. It’s not easy to run a lot of time. Nevertheless, it is understandable that Milwaukee is trying to sign him as much as he can be a force in experience and management.

He has appeared in 51 games this season. He recorded 6.4 points (.425 .352 .659), 1.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 15.4 minutes per game. He had a more sluggish season than last season, when he didn’t play as many games. It was crucial that his playing time went below 20 minutes. The average playing time was the lowest since the last 2008-2009 season when he was a rookie.

Dragic was traded from the Miami Heat to the Toronto Raptors ahead of last season. Miami signed and traded Kyle Lowry. On the other hand, Dragic failed to do his part in Toronto, and eventually agreed to a mutual breakup. Eventually, before the trade deadline, he was traded to the San Antonio Spurs and released. After that, he joined the Brooklyn Nets. 스포츠토토

In Brooklyn, he secured playing time by playing an average of 25.5 minutes in 16 games. However, his overall performance was poor. Until his last 2020-2021 season, his average double-digit score was not difficult, but from last season, the decline in his skills due to aging began to stand out. From this season, he has come off the bench completely.

Meanwhile, Milwaukee succeeded in minor reinforcements this season. He acquired Jay Crowder, whom he had been hoping to sign since the beginning of the season. Without loss of power, he embraced Crowder with a large number of picks in the second round, and took Dragic to this, strengthening the front and back courts. He is revealing his winning prospects by filling in his skills and experience on the front and back lines of his existing power.

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