Mike Dunleavy Jr. to sign with Milwaukee Bucks
Mike Dunleavy Jr. has agreed to sign a $7.50 million/two year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. Teams can’t officially sign free agents until this Friday, but according to a league source the deal is done.
The 31 year old guard/forward has spent his time with the Indiana Pacers for the past four and a half seasons. Last season, in 61 games played, Dunleavy averaged 21.6 minutes, 4.6 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.5 blocks, 0.7 steals and 11.2 points per game while shooting 46.2% from the field. He also averaged 40.2% from behind the arc and 80% from the foul line.
Dunleavy will be a good addition to the Bucks’ shooting guard and small forward position where he will serve as a valuable member off the bench.
Mike Dunleavy Sr. played for the Bucks from 1983-85 and 1989-90. He also coached Milwaukee from 1992-96.
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