Bucks sign Marcus Landry

The Milwaukee Bucks announced the signing of former Wisconsin Badger and Milwaukee native Marcus Landry earlier today.

Per Bucks PR, Landry played 49 games for CAI Zaragoza in Spain last season. He averaged 10.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists. He played parts of the 2013-14 and 2011-12 seasons in Spain, and had other stints internationally in Puerto Rico, China and Venezuela.

Landry last played in the NBA in 2009-10. He played 18 game for the Celtics and Knicks as an undrafted rookie. Time and again his brother and current Sixer Carl Landry has been a rumored target of the Bucks.

Marcus’s contract is very likely non-guaranteed and he appears to be another body for training camp more than anything. He went to Milwaukee Vincent

Categories: Fringe Players



  1. I agree, it’s a non story. A training camp body. It happens every year. You add guys to square away enough players to run drills and scrimmage. That’s it.

    Plus- Landry hasn’t played in the NBA in 5 years. You don’t see much of that. Rarely do teams pick up someone who hasn’t played in forever.

  2. Good trade bait for when the Reno Bighorns come calling mid season. This guy will surely get us what we need at that point.

  3. I hope they sign Kendall Marshall into camp. I don’t know if he is still hurt but I hope they sign him and give him a chance in camp. I think he is better than Jorge Gutierrez. But yeah this is as a non story as you can get.

  4. The Bucks and Palermo s want to celebrate the biggest day of the year. Looking for a place nearby to watch your Bucks with other fans when you’re not at the arena?