The Milwaukee Bucks are going to welcome another veteran to the roster after reaching an agreement with Gerald Green. In the 2016-17 season, Green returned to the Boston Celtics and experienced some success, especially in the 2017 NBA Playoffs.

Green's potential contributions to Milwaukee are his rich NBA experience and veteran leadership. These will be beneficial to the Bucks, who are relying heavily on their young core. The 31-year-old could also provide instant offense off the bench.

In the past few seasons, he has expanded his offensive arsenal. During his earlier years in the league, Green made a name for himself through his highlight dunks and high-flying plays. However, now, he can also score from the outside and is a decent three-point shooter.

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Green is not the first veteran the Bucks brought in this month. Before him, they re-signed point guard Jason Terry and also gave Brandon Rush a deal. Terry played his first year in Milwaukee last season. There were several times in this year's offseason when the 40-year-old expressed the desire to stay with the organization. Meanwhile, Rush is coming off a stint with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Green, Terry, and Rush are expected to help Milwaukee's young players with their development. The trio's presence in the locker room is also valuable to the Bucks who are aiming to replicate or exceed last season's achievements.

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In the previous season, the Bucks came back to the playoffs and had a good run despite getting eliminated by the Toronto Raptors in the first round.

Kris Humphries to Philly

Another Eastern Conference squad that will add a veteran is the Philadelphia 76ers. The 76ers are reportedly eyeing Kris Humphries. Last season, Humphries suited up for the Atlanta Hawks and averaged 4.6 points with 3.7 rebounds per contest. Atlanta was his eighth team in the NBA. Ahead of his stint with the Hawks, he spent time with the Utah Jazz, Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks, the Nets franchise, Celtics, Washington Wizards, and the Phoenix Suns.

It is uncertain why Philadelphia is aiming to acquire Humphries. The squad already has too many frontline players, which is a lingering problem for head coach Brett Brown and his staff. Perhaps the 76ers see the 32-year-old as someone who can mentor the likes of Joel Embiid, Jahlil Okafor, Dario Saric, Richaun Holmes, and James Michael McAdoo.