The San Antonio Spurs reached a buyout agreement with veteran center Pau Gasol on Friday, which paves the way for Gasol to be playoff-eligible with the next team he joins, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

As it turns out, Woj reports that next team will be the Milwaukee Bucks.

Gasol, 38, has appeared in just 27 games for the Spurs this season and is averaging a career-low 4.2 points per game with 4.7 rebounds in a little over 12 minutes of action per night. 

The Spurs signed the six-time All Star as a free agent in 2016 following a brief stint with the Chicago Bulls. San Antonio is currently sitting in seventh place in the Western Conference with a record of 34-29, though they're just two games up on the ninth place Sacramento Kings.

The Bucks, meanwhile, boast the best record in the NBA at 47-14. Heading into tonight's game against the Los Angeles Lakers (airing on ESPN at 10:30pm ET), Milwaukee is 2.5 games up on the second seed Toronto Raptors.