The 5 best under-the-radar moves of the offseason thus far
The 2020 NBA Free Agency period has been a wild ride so far. A multitude of deals we didn’t expect to see happen, happened. We have seen Jrue Holiday move north to Milwaukee, Chris Paul traded to Phoenix to make their push to the playoffs upon many more transactions.
Some transactions fly under-the-radar when major moves like the above-mentioned ones happen. Let’s dive into the five most under-the-radar free agency moves of this offseason.
Bryn Forbes, Milwaukee Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks have been busy revamping their roster hoping they can finally make the push to the NBA Finals and keep superstar Giannis Antentokounmpo happy in Milwaukee. Bryn Forbes isn’t the splashiest deal the Bucks made during this offseason but it is an intriguing one.
Forbes started 62 games for the Spurs last season. Forbes will provide Milwaukee with perimeter scoring and shooting which is crucial to surround Giannis with. Also, you get someone familiar with the Spurs way and can be a solid piece in a championship rotation.