1. Aron Baynes, Center
Aron Baynes is an unrestricted free agent from the Boston Celtics and somebody who impressed me during the playoffs. Often times he would get switched onto Antetokounmpo or LeBron James and did a really nice job of holding his own on the perimeter. He really moved his feet well and kept his body in front of the superstars.
Baynes isn’t someone who would come in and play huge minutes for the Bucks, instead, he’d be a great compliment to Maker. Where maker his long and can step out to the three-point line, Baynes is bulky and punishes defenders down low.
Baynes started for Boston the majority of the season, but only averaged 18.3 minutes per game, a career-high. He’d be a great change of pace type player and someone the Bucks could use depending on the matchups.
Tyler Zeller is still on the roster, but his contract is non-guaranteed. If Zeller remains, it probably doesn’t make sense for the Bucks to sign any of these centers. But if he’s gone, that could open the door for one of these bruisers.