The roster revamping continued for the Milwaukee Bucks Thursday.
In a three-team deal, the Bucks acquired Luke Ridnour and a 2014 second round draft choice from the Minnesota Timberwolves, along with cash from the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ridnour is entering the final year of a 4-year, $16-million deal he signed with the T-Wolves in 2010. He played with the Bucks from 2008-2010 before going to Minnesota in free agency.
The Bucks only part ways with the 2003 draft rights to Simon Szewczyk, who never joined the Bucks. Minnesota needed to dump Ridnour’s salary to complete a deal for guard Kevin Martin from the Thunder. Oklahoma City received a trade exception as part of the deal.