Should the Bucks Trade For Markieff Morris?

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Apr 7, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Phoenix Suns forward

Markieff Morris

(left) and forward

Marcus Morris

(15) are shown on the bench in the fourth quarter of their game against the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena. The Hawks won 96-69. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

With news that the Milwaukee Bucks may still be in the market to bolster their roster before the season starts, it feels like a good time to start exploring some of the options that may be available to them.

The Bucks seem to be valuing shooting over almost everything else when it comes to looking for players who could still fit in with their roster, but if they are going to make a deal for another player, it would seem wise to also go after someone who could add depth up front too.

So going off of the information we already know, Milwaukee want a player with proven NBA experience who can stretch the floor, but with free agency starting to wind down they may have to explore other avenues to find such an option.

So who’s on the trade block around the league right now? Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns is an interesting option who is reported to be available.

The Suns and Morris simply seem to be fed up with each other, and it’s reaching a stage where a change of scenery may just prove to be mutually beneficial for both parties.

With Markieff’s twin brother Marcus Morris having been traded to the Detroit Pistons as part of a salary dump last week, and the Phoenix hierarchy seemingly having grown tired of Morris’ attitude in spite of his talent, he’s a player that it would make sense for a lot of teams to be interested in.

Should the Bucks be interested though? Let’s take a closer look at what Morris has to offer.

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