Terrence Jones’ short time in Milwaukee has come to an end. The former Kentucky National Champion was released on waiver wires by the Bucks earlier today.
Jones was picked up by the Bucks in late-February, following his release from the Pelicans who needed salary cap space after adding DeMarcus Cousins. His time in Milwaukee could be best described as a disaster. He logged six total minutes and appeared in just three games.
It was a tough year for Jones, but he should have no trouble finding a new home for next season. After all, he proved he’s still got it, dropping 36 points on LeBron James’ Cavs earlier this season.