Lou Williams is now a free agent after finishing the season in the Eastern Conference Finals with the Atlanta Hawks. 

According to Hoops Hype's Michael Scotto, the Hawks have interest in bringing him back, and the Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers are "expected to pursue" Williams. 

The article from Scotto can be read in the hyperlink above, and his Tweet with the article can be seen in a post that is embedded below. 

Williams averaged 11.3 points per game in 66 regular season games for the Hawks and Los Angeles Clippers last season. 

The Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns to win the NBA Championship, and the Pacers finished the season as the ninth seed with a 34-38 regular season record. 

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