Source: George Hill Signs with NBA Champions Milwaukee Bucks

George Hill, a veteran of thirteen NBA seasons, has decided to go back to Milwaukee for a two-year, $8M deal, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania. 
Hill, who is thirty-five years old, played for the Bucks as recently as the 2019-20 season when he led the NBA in 3P%, shooting at a 46.0% clip. Hill was part of the trade that saw the Bucks get Jrue Holliday - a move that would ultimately help lead them to their NBA Championship only a few weeks ago. 

Clearly, Hill felt that he belonged back in Milwaukee even after being sent away in a trade that made the team better. Once Hill was waived by Philadelphia earlier this week, the writing was on the wall that he would end up in Wisconsin. 

After spending his first eight years in the NBA with San Antonio (three years) and Indiana (five years), this will now be Hill's sixth different team in the past five years, and second time he has joined the Bucks. 

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