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Bucks officially sign Marquis Daniels, guard selects his jersey number

The Milwaukee Bucks made the Marquis Daniels signing official on Tuesday, and although the team did not disclose the terms of the deal we know that Daniels received a one-year, fully-guaranteed contract for the veteran's minimum. How much does a nine-year NBA veteran get paid? The sticker price is $1,229,225, but as Frank noted earlier in the week, only $854k (the min for a two year vet) counts against the Bucks' cap number and the league pays the difference. For a guy that has averaged 8.2 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists over 489 games (113 starts), it's definitely a fair price to fill out the back end of the roster.

On Wednesday the team announced that Daniels will take No. 6 for his jersey, which is Andrew Bogut's old number. This led me to think about possible nicknames for the newest member of the Bucks. I already know Starquis Daniels is a good choice, but a new nickname contender emerged during the latest brainstorming session (courtesy Eric Buenning from Bucksketball):

At this point it's probably best to step aside and let the savvy vet speak for himself: