Milwaukee Bucks: 7 Potential Trades Worth Considering

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Nov 2, 2015; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklyn Nets shooting guard

Bojan Bogdanovic

(44) controls the ball against Milwaukee Bucks point guard Greivis Vasquez (21) during the second quarter at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Brooklyn Nets are bad, and due to the way they mortgaged their future on the likes of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett around the time of the franchise’s move to Brooklyn, the immediate future isn’t looking much brighter.

26-year-old Bojan Bogdanovic has been a rare bright spot at times over the last two years, but still his position with the team seems to remain somewhat in flux. Bogdanovic goes through spells of starting, but it never seems to stick, and that raises the question of whether they’d be willing to move him in favor of trying something a little different.

Currently two of Brooklyn’s most glaring needs fall at point guard and backup center. While Jarrett Jack is having a good season at the point, he won’t be Brooklyn’s long term floor general, while Andrea Bargnani is not the backup center that’s going to lead any team to success.

Ennis and Plumlee would represent solid young pieces for Brooklyn to move forward with, and at positions where they could provide the pair with the sort of meaningful minutes they need to improve.

Both are solid pieces and together arguably hold greater value than Bogdanovic, but this is the type of deal where team need factors in rather than just player ability.

Plumlee is solid when called upon, but with Monroe and Henson tied into big money contracts his opportunities will stay limited. Ennis shows offensive glimpses, but his defense is porous, and he’s done little to push him to the top of the Bucks congested list of point guard players on the roster. If it wasn’t for Vasquez’s injury we likely wouldn’t be seeing very much of him.

A wing shooter, with an all-round high IQ, on a cheap contract for a couple of seasons? That seems like something the Bucks could benefit from right now.

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