Assessing Clutch Points’ proposed trade targets for Milwaukee Bucks

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MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – NOVEMBER 20 (Photo by John Fisher/Getty Images)

As all contending teams should, the Milwaukee Bucks are always looking for ways to retool their roster to keep them as competitive as possible.

Look at some of the trades that the Bucks have pulled off over the past year or so. Jrue Holiday, P.J. Tucker, and Grayson Allen were all brought aboard from trades and they have all helped this Milwaukee team compete at the highest level. Although it might be too early to start thinking of potential trade candidates as the February deadline is still several months away, everyone knows that the front office will be aggressive if it means improving Milwaukee’s title chances. Perhaps a move down the line is possible, but who could be some reasonable targets?

There are several interesting trade targets that could be feasible for the Milwaukee Bucks before the February deadline

While there is an endless amount of players to choose from, Jon Conahan of Clutch Points recently trimmed it down to three players that he believes would make sense for the Bucks to make a run at before the trade deadline. Conahan believes each player listed would increase Milwaukee’s title chances drastically, and he just might be right. Any trade would be tough for the champs to pull off right now, but general manager Jon Horst always seems to find a way to get the job done. With all that being said, let us take a closer look at his three proposed targets for the Bucks and whether or not a deal could come to fruition as the deadline inches closer with each passing day.

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