3:46pm: Gardner is hearing that Raduljica's deal is for $3MM over two guaranteed seasons, with a third non-guaranteed year included as well (Twitter link).
12:01pm: A day after releasing one international big man, the Bucks have signed another. The team announced today (via Twitter) that it has signed Serbian free agent Miroslav Raduljica to a contract. According to Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (via Twitter), it'll be a two-year deal.
Raduljica, 25, played last season for Ukraine's Azovmash Mariupol, averaging 14.2 PPG and 5.9 RPG in 53 Ukranian League contests, to go with 61.6% shooting from the floor. The seven-footer has also played professionally in Serbia, Turkey, and Germany.
Terms of the agreement aren't known, but the Bucks still have a solid chunk of cap space, so they'd be able to ink Radjuljica to a deal worth more than the minimum.