MILWAUKEE – With free-agent shooting guard O.J. Mayo agreeing to a three-year, $24 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, per Adrian Wojnarowski of Y! Sports, what will his impact be in Milwaukee for the Bucks?
Mayo, who averaged 15.3 points, 4.4 assists and shot 40.3 from three-point range, had a tendency to commit bad turnovers and play suspect off-the-ball defense in Dallas.
In Milwaukee, Mayo joins a playoff team that features Brandon Jennings, Monte Ellis, Larry Sanders, Ersan Ilyasova and newly acquired Mike Dunleavy. With the recently traded J.J. Redick now a member of the Los Angeles Clippers, Mayo will most likely serve as the primary backup to Ellis.
What his impact in Milwaukee will be is yet to be determined, but in providing quality offensive punch off the bench, and the ability to spell either Ellis or Jennings, Mayo in Milwaukee could turn into a blessing in disguise for the Bucks.
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