Kyle Korver enjoyed some of best seasons of his career playing in Atlanta for coach Mike Budenholzer. This season, the two will reunite in Milwaukee.
The 38-year-old sharpshooter will join the Milwaukee Bucks on a one-year, veteran-minimum deal worth $2,564,753, a league source confirmed to the Journal Sentinel. Korver, who was traded to the Phoenix Suns and bought out earlier this offseason, was a hot commodity on the open market but ultimately selected the Bucks because of his strong ties to Budenholzer, who spent four seasons with him Atlanta.
With the addition of Korver, the Bucks have 14 of their 15 roster spots filled for next season. They also plan to sign guard Frank Mason III to a two-way contract, who along with Cam Reynolds will fill those particular roster spots.
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