Eddie Gill

Bucks Waive Tucker, Gill, Farrakhan, Greene

The Bucks have waived Alando Tucker, Eddie Gill, Mustapha Farrakhan, and Orien Greene, according to C.F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (via Twitter).  Milwaukee is now at the regular season roster limit of 15.

Tucker was a former first-round pick of the Suns in the 2007 draft but was never able to live up to expectations.  The 6’6″ forward out of Wisconsin has been absent from the league since being cut by the Timberwolves in December of 2009.

Gill, 34, has been out of the Association since his last go-round with the Bucks in 2008/09.  Farrakhan played for the Knicks’ summer league squad this season before hooking on with Milwaukee on October 1st.  Greene, 30, spent last season in the D-League and averaged 9.2 PPG and 3.4 RPG for the Los Angeles D-Fenders.

Bucks Notes: D-League, Gooden

Here are a couple notes on the Bucks, a team that begins the 2012/13 season with playoff expectations.

Bucks Sign Four To Camp Roster

The Bucks have added four players to their training camp roster on non-guaranteed deals, according to various reports. Emiliano Carchia of Sportando first reported (via Twitter) that the team had signed Orien Greene, Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports reported (via Twitter) the signing of Mustapha Farrakhan, and Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel added Alando Tucker and Eddie Gill to the list of new Bucks (Twitter link).

We had previously heard that Greene, a four-year NBA veteran, and Tucker, a former Wisconsin standout and first-round pick, were auditioning for the Bucks in hopes of landing training camp invites. Farrakhan, meanwhile, played for the Knicks' summer league squad, while Gill hasn't appeared in an NBA game since he played for Milwaukee in the 2008/09 season.

The Bucks already have 15 players on guaranteed contracts, so it will be an uphill battle for any of these four players to earn a regular-season roster spot with the team. The team's roster now stands at 19 players.