14. Tyler Zeller
Tyler Zeller was acquired from the Brooklyn Nets last season in an attempt to shore up the Bucks’ inconsistent frontcourt. Although Zeller was never supposed to be a major contributor, he did okay during his time in Milwaukee.
Zeller signed a two-year $3.6 million deal with Brooklyn in 2016 and has one year and $1.9 million remaining. However, it’s important to note that money is non-guaranteed and he could easily be waived to create a little extra wiggle room for the Bucks.
With the signing of Brook Lopez, Zeller’s role is as the fourth center on this team. Teams typically only carry three true centers. Because of this, his chances to stick with the team are low. Regardless, he’s a serviceable player who’s best served to play 10-15 minutes a night at the most. He’ll play hard, provide okay defense and grab a few rebounds. Anything else is extra and a bonus.