Kenyon Martin hasn’t given the Milwaukee Bucks much on the court — he’s played 47 minutes over the 20 days he’s been with the team, averaged 1.3 points a game on 33.3 percent shooting, he’s pulled down a few boards. In his last game he got 12 minutes of run, was 0-of-3 shooting with three boards, but he was the team’s center on the court at the end of the game (not John Henson or Zaza Pachulia).
However, off the court coach Jason Kidd has said he likes the veteran presence he brings to the young Bucks’ locker room.
So they are going to keep him on through the end of the season, reports Marc Stein of ESPN.
The Milwaukee Bucks will sign former All-Star power forward Kenyon Martin to a rest-of-the-season contract this week, according to league sources.
Sources told ESPN.com that Martin, who completes his second 10-day…
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