The Milwaukee Bucks have finalized their training camp roster with the addition of a pair of guards.
Rayjon Tucker, a 6-foot-5 undrafted rookie out of Little Rock, and Jaylen Adams, a 6-foot-2 guard who spent last season with the Atlanta Hawks organization, will join the Bucks for training camp in the fall according to a league source. Both players are on Exhibit 10 contracts, which are one-year, non-guaranteed deals that ensure a training-camp invite.
The Bucks can carry as many as 20 players – including players on two-way contracts – during the offseason and now have a full training-camp roster. Milwaukee now has 18 players on standard NBA contracts and two players on two-way deals.
Of the two, Tucker's is likely the more familiar in Milwaukee considering he played for the Bucks' summer-league team in July. During five games in Las Vegas, Tucker made a strong impression by averaging 10.2 points on 43.0% percent shooting, 3.6 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 1.0 steal in 19.8 minutes per game.
Adams went undrafted out of St. Bonaventure in 2018 and spent his rookie season with the Hawks. He signed a two-way contract shortly after the draft and split his time between Atlanta and its G League affiliate – the Erie BayHawks – over the first five months of the season. On Feb. 20, Adams moved up to the NBA full-time after earning a new contract with the Hawks.