(WNFL)- Chris Wright is bound-and-determined to stay with the Milwaukee Bucks going into next season. The 6-8 forward from Dayton was playing for Maine in the NBA's Developmental League when the Bucks signed him and two others to 10-day contracts in recent weeks. The Bucks wanted to get a second look at Wright -- so they signed him to another 10-day deal, and he played for 16 minutes in Saturday night's Milwaukee home loss to Toronto. After the game, he lamented going 0-for-4 from the free throw line. And when he left the B-M-O Harris Bradley Center, the 25-year-old Wright went directly to the Bucks' training facility in Saint Francis where he shot about 600 free throws. He said he made around 500 of them. Wright said free throws are not one of his weaknesses, but he said nerves got to him during Saturday's game -- and that normally doesn't happen to him. Wright said he could handle anything once he prepares himself. The Bucks will host Indiana tonight.