Former Los Angeles Lakers center Brook Lopez has agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to a report by Jordan Schultz of Yahoo Sports.

Lopez agrees to the bi-annual exception on a one-year deal with Milwaukee.

After playing his first nine seasons in the NBA with the Brooklyn Nets, Lopez was traded to the Lakers last year for the final year of his hefty contract.

Lopez put up averages of 13.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in 23.4 minutes a night. He started 72 of 74 games and shot 34.5 percent on 3-pointers, attempting 4.4 per game.

He now joins a Bucks team that may be a contender to come out of the LeBron James-less Eastern Conference now. With superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo, that is surely the goal and Lopez is an intriguing piece that could help the cause.

The developed 3-point shot to his arsenal has been a good idea for the modern NBA and Lopez may help space the floor, something that has been an issue at times for Milwaukee.

Lopez was on a huge deal when he was offloaded to the Lakers last year and it was always unlikely he'd remain with the team, and that became even more clear after LeBron came to town and the Lakers have now been forced to build a team around The King.