Bucks Waive Bronson Koenig

The Bucks have requested waivers on guard Bronson Koenig, the team announced on its official website. The 22-year-old former Wisconsin Badger initially signed a two-way deal with the franchise back in July.

Koenig wrapped up his final season with the Badgers this spring as the school’s all-time three-point leader and quickly signed on with Milwaukee when that chapter ended.

Given Milwaukee’s crowded backcourt, it’s not surprising that the team let the 6’3″ guard go. Behind Malcolm Brogdon and Matthew Dellavedova, journeymen Gary Payton II and Kendall Marshall are the current frontrunners to emerge as the club’s third point guard.

Koenig’s release comes less than two weeks after the Bucks waived Jalen Moore – another player they had signed to a two-way deal.

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4 thoughts on “Bucks Waive Bronson Koenig

  1. nikumistry

    Wasn’t he signed to a two-way contract by the Bucks? Does this change anything with regards to waivers etc. Also if the Bucks did use up one of their 2 way roster spots for him does that mean they are back to 2 available spots?

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  2. Pihc123

    I’m not real familiar with him other than he was a stud in the big 10 and that the bucks have a crowded front court. Is he capable of helping another team?

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    • nsoddycu@gmail.com

      He was an absolute sharp shooter in college that was a good fit for the swing offense. However in summer league he struggled to find space to shoot. I feel he could develop into and nba back up sharp shooter but he needs to fall into the right system and organization

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  3. ARKScout

    he’s not a forward, he’s a guard…he plays in the backcourt not the front court

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