What have the Milwaukee Bucks done this offseason? Not much. The Bucks have probably been the quietest team of the summer, making just one move all offseason long.

Re-signing key player

The one and only move the Bucks have made throughout Free Agency was re-signing key role player Tony Snell to a four-year, $46 million deal. That might seem a lot for Snell, but the 25-year-old showed some promise last season and became a key contributor during the team’s playoff run.

Snell not only played solid defense, but he also improved his offensive game, boosting his field goal percentage to 45.5 percent and 40.6 percent from beyond the arc while averaging a career-high 8.5 points and starting in every single game he was available for.

The 2017 NBA draft

The Bucks owned the 17th overall pick in the NBA draft and selected D.J. Wilson, a power forward with great size, speed, and the ability to stretch the floor, which is essential in modern-day basketball. In the second round, the Bucks traded their 48th overall pick to the Los Angeles Clippers, but they acquired the 46th overall pick from the Philadelphia 76ers and selected Sterling Brown, who already has a contract with the team.

In addition, the Bucks signed two players to two-way deals, which were Bronson Keonig and Jalen Moore.

Re-signing Tony Snell and drafting a couple of rookies are essentially the only moves the Bucks made this summer. However, the offseason is ongoing, and Milwaukee would still love to move big man Greg Monroe, whose name continues to surface in trade rumors.

Much to Milwaukee’s dismay, Monroe opted into his $17.9 million player option before the start of free agency. Now the Bucks are back to square one, trying to trade the veteran big man again.

Coming in, the Bucks didn’t have many free agents, which may be why they haven’t made many maneuvers. Despite just making one free agency move and adding rookies, the roster seems set.

The Bucks will mostly hope for a quick recovery from Jabari Parker who tore his ACL last season and for continuous development from the young guys.

Roster outlook

PG: Malcolm Brogdon/Matthew Dellavedova/Gary Payton II/Bronson Koenig/JeQuan LewisSG: Tony Snell/Rashad Vaughn/Sterling Brown SF: Khris Middleton/Jabari Parker/Jalen Moore PF: Giannis Antetokounmpo/D.J. Wilson/Mirza Teletovic C: Thon Maker/Greg Monroe/John Henson Coach: Jason Kidd

Offseason Grade: C