Bucks Add Omari Moore On Two-Way Contact

JULY 5: Moore’s two-way deal with the Bucks is official, the team announced (Twitter link via Eric Nehm of The Athletic).

JUNE 23: The Bucks will ink a two-way deal with San Jose State combo guard Omari Moore, Moore’s agent Derek Malloy informs Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN (via Twitter).

Across 35 games in 2022/23, the 6’6″ four-year Spartan averaged 17.4 PPG, 4.8 APG, 4.7 RPG, 0.7 SPG and 0.7 BPG. The scoring and passing numbers represent his most-ever in college. He was named both to the All-Mountain West First Team and the Mountain West Player of the Year for his efforts.

With Moore, Milwaukee adds a big lead guard that it will be able to develop with its NBA G League affiliate, the Wisconsin Herd, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The Bucks finished with the best record in the NBA last season, 58-24, before being booted during the first round of the playoffs by the eighth-seeded Heat. In response, Milwaukee management fired head coach Mike Budenholzer and brought in former Raptors assistant Adrian Griffin. The team’s offseason now turns to tackling the free agencies of starters Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez, as well as some less-essential veteran role players.

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