Milwaukee has made several roster changes over the last 12 months as the team looks to make a run at the NBA Playoffs this season, but the Bucks could still use some depth on their bench.
The latest rumor from John Friel of Bleacher Report suggests that former Boston Celtics guard Mickael Pietrus is that player that could help Milwaukee with scoring off the bench and give the team a veteran with playoff experience, both of which this team needs heading into the 2012-13 season.
The former first round draft pick averaged nearly seven points and three rebounds last season and though his shot selection is not the greatest, Pietrus does offer some good defense. He is a solid rebounder for a back-court player and would give the Bucks some much-needed depth for their second unit.
The fans in Milwaukee are expecting much-better results from this team in the upcoming NBA season and with another signing or two before the start of training camp, this team could compete for a spot in the Eastern Conference Playoffs and become a very exciting team to watch this season.