Veteran sharpshooter Kyle Korver will return for a 17th NBA campaign. Korver’s agent Jeff Schwartz related to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN that Korver will get a one-year deal from Milwaukee.
Between the Cleveland Cavaliers, whom he started the season with, and the Utah Jazz, to whom he was traded,
Korver averaged 8.6 points per game and shot 39.7 percent from three. With the Jazz, he was a solid contributor off the bench averaging 9.1 points in just 19.1 minutes in the 54 in which games he appeared. Offseason trades saw Korver traded to the Memphis Grizzlies and subsequently the Phoenix Suns. Phoenix ended up waving Korver, paving the way for him to sign with the club of his choosing.
With Milwaukee he can help to make up for the loss of the 42.6 percent of three Malcolm Brogdon connected on last season.