4. Michael Beasley, Forward
Michael Beasley had an up-and-down season in Milwaukee in 2016-17, but became a fan favorite. He played hard (offensively) every night and brought a swag to the team that was missing at the time.
He moved on the Knicks last year and averaged 13.2 points per game, the most since his third year in the league. He also connected on 39.5 percent of his three-point attempts, although he only averaged 1.2 per game.
Still, with Mirza Teletovic unlikely to ever play again, DJ Wilson looking like a non-factor and Parker’s future up in the air, Milwaukee could use a backup to Antetokounmpo at the 4. Beasley is yet to turn 30-years-old and could be looking for some long-term financial flexibility after playing for four teams in the past four seasons. Milwaukee could lower the salary a bit and offer more years in order to come to a deal that benefits both parties.