The bench unit for the Milwaukee Bucks will look pretty different next season.
Bayless' signing comes on the same day his former teammate O.J. Mayo received a two-year ban from the NBA for violating the league's anti-drug program. Milwaukee's current backup guard rotation at this moment only includes Tyler Ennis, Rashad Vaughn and rookie Malcolm Brogdon, all inexperienced players.
Bayless battled with injuries in his second season with the club, but still finished as the Bucks' best shooter from deep. Despite missing 30 games, he finished the season with a 43% mark from the 3-point line, a career-high. He finished the season averaging 10.4 points off the bench on 42% shooting.