Miami Heat's Chris "The Bird" Andersen, right, keeps pace as he flies around Milwaukee Bucks' Monta Ellis in the third quarter of Game 4 in their first-round NBA basketball playoff series, Sunday, April 28, 2013, in Milwaukee. The Heat won 88-77 advancing the Eastern Conference semifinals. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Al Diaz) MAGS OUT.The Associated Press
Miami Heat's Ray Allen, right, drives pass the Milwaukee Bucks' J.J. Redick in the first quarter of Game 4 in a first-round NBA basketball game, Sunday, April 28, 2013, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Al Diaz) MAGS OUT.The Associated Press
Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers (15) drives to the basket as Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Jennings (3) defends in the first quarter of Game during their NBA basketball playoff series, Sunday, April 28, 2013, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Al Diaz) MAGS OUT.The Associated Press
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. – Next time the Milwaukee Bucks are together, they might need name tags.
A day after being swept out of their first playoff appearance in three years, the Bucks began scattering Monday for what is sure to be a chaotic offseason. Luc Mbah a Moute, Larry Sanders, Ersan Ilyasova and rookie John Henson are the only key players under contract for next season. J.J. Redick and Mike Dunleavy are unrestricted free agents. Brandon Jennings also is expected to test the market. Jennings is a restricted free agent, so the Bucks can match any offer for him.
Monta Ellis has an $11 million player option. While that's a lot of money to pass up, he could be swayed if someone offers a multi-year deal.