(Milwaukee, WI) — Veteran N-B-A guard Brandon Rush could be joining the Milwaukee Bucks. His management firm of Priority Sports tweeted Monday that Rush has signed a contract with Milwaukee. But media outlets say he has not signed anything yet — and E-S-P-N says the 32-year-old Rush will likely sign a non guaranteed one year deal and compete with Jason Terry, James Young, Rashad Vaughn, and Sterling Brown for backup action at shooting guard behind starter Khris Middleton. Rush played last season with Minnesota after spending four of the previous five years with Golden State. In nine NBA seasons, Rush has game averages of seven points, three rebounds, and one assist in 481 regular season contests.