Two dark horse trade candidates for the Milwaukee Bucks

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 06: (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Milwaukee Bucks: Grayson Allen; Phoenix Suns: Jae Crowder
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) /

The Milwaukee Bucks are currently on a four game losing streak after their latest tough to stomach loss to the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday. The four game skid is the second longest losing streak since Mike Budenholzer became head coach of the Bucks. To be fair, the Milwaukee Bucks are finally done with their longest road trip of the season and played Wednesday without their second and third best player, but the Bucks still should have emerged victorious on Wednesday.

This recent losing streak and 4-6 record over the last 10 games has dramatically increased outcry for the Bucks to make a trade. There has been a ton of speculation that the Milwaukee Bucks have shopped Grayson Allen and plenty of rumors and reports that the Milwaukee Bucks have been interested and nearly acquired Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder.

We may still be a couple weeks away from the Bucks making a move and still well over a month away from the February 9th trade deadline, but while waiting for players to get healthy, the trade whispers have grown into talks and now during this streak, full on shouts by fans wanting the Bucks roster upgraded. It may calm fans that the schedule in the short term does ease up a bit and there is truth to the quote “winning cures all”, but until it happens, the outcry will only grow louder.

There are several players the Bucks have been linked to, Jae Crowder, Jordan Clarkson, Eric Gordon, but I’d like to propose two that may not be on Bucks fans’ radars.