4. Tony Snell
Before the beginning of last season, the Bucks and Tony Snell agreed to a four-year and $46 million contract. However, after a disappointing 2017-18 campaign, the Bucks are already regretting that deal.
It’s hard to blame that for signing Snell to the deal, however. At the time, the Bucks needed shooting (still do) and Snell was coming off a breakout campaign. Unfortunately, due to a lack of confidence, he reverted back to form in 2017-18.
Even though he knocked down 40.3 percent of his three-point attempts, he hardly shot the ball, averaging only 3.6 outside attempts per game. A lot of this was due to the coaching staff jerking him in and out of the starting rotation and the lineup, causing him lots of confusion. He might be an attractive player to a team who can better utilize him and help him regain his confidence.