The Milwaukee Bucks signed both of their 2016 draft picks, Thon Maker and Malcolm Brogdon to contracts. The deals were announced on Saturday.
Maker was the 10th overall pick. He is expected to earn around $2.6-million in the first year of his four year deal. The total of the four year deal is for more than $11.5 million.
The 6’5 Brogdon was the 36th overall pick after playing four years under coach Tony Bennett at Virginia. Brogdon’s salary numbers weren’t made available.
The Bucks have 13 players under contract, which leaves two spots still up for grabs. The Bucks can carry up to 15 players on their regular season roster.