Aiming on Austin Rivers would be a perfect move for the Bucks.
For starters, they would save just over $ 1 million. They can use that extra leeway under the hard cap to get active on the buyout market first or, much less interesting, try to move another smaller salary and reduce the luxury tax completely if it doesn’t look like Jrue’s contractual incentives. Holiday are going to strike.
On top of that, Rivers can actually help the Bucks. He fell completely out of the Knicks rotation and didn’t shoot well after relegation, but he has boxed 42.6 percent of his triples during his first 13 games and is someone with better size than DJ Augustin or Bryn Forbes who can create. out of dribbling.
Rivers is not a part of the Knicks present, let alone the future, and his salary carries minimal weight in bigger deals when the team has so much room for the cap. Confronting Wilson, which the Bucks simply don’t play anymore, is the same as buying a second future for around $ 1 million.