The Milwaukee Bucks have signed one free agent and completed a couple of deals from last month’s draft, after the N-B-A’s free agent moratorium period ended. On Thursday, the Bucks signed undrafted guard JeQuan Lewis from V-C-U where he had game averages of 15 points and five assists last season. The Bucks also signed their first round pick, Michigan forward D-J Wilson, to a standard rookie deal that pays him at least around one-point-eight million dollars in his first year. They completed a draft night trade with Philadelphia in which the Bucks acquired Sterling Brown in the second round for cash considerations, but he still needs a new contract. And the Bucks finalized former Wisconsin guard Bronson Koenig’s reported two way contract, allowing him to go up and down from the Bucks to their new developmental league team at Oshkosh this season.