A disappointing 2011 season has finally come to an end for the Milwaukee Bucks, as they finished with a record of 35-47, just two games out of the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs.
This offseason the Bucks are fully expected to let go of the injury-prone Michael Redd. He has only played in a total of 60 games since the 2008-2009 season. Knee injuries have plagued the guard the last few years.
Redd was a second-round pick by the Bucks in 2000. He had a rather interesting 11-year career in Milwaukee; however, he still averaged 20.0 points per game. He fully expects to have many more seasons in the NBA, although his numbers have been on the downfall. This will leave the Bucks with a gaping hole in the lineup, as well as some money to play with in the offseason.
These are five players that I believe could potentially be on the radar for the Bucks this offseason.