Second year forward Jabari Parker made it through the Milwaukee Bucks three hour training camp opening workout on the UW Campus yesterday. The 20-year-old Parker is trying to bounce back from a torn A-C-L that cut his rookie season to just 25 games.
Bucks coach Jason Kidd said Parker “looked great”.
Guard O.J. Mayo missed the workout due to a family matter.
Badger coach Bo Ryan was on hand for the workout and it allowed him to re-unite with one of his former players, Marcus Landry, who was signed to a non-guaranteed deal a month ago.
The Bucks are holding four days of practice at the U-W’s Nicholas Johnson Pavilion. It’s part of an effort to show more of a statewide presence. The Bucks will also return to Madison on October 20th for an exhibition at the Kohl Center.