Third Bradley Beal trade package for the Milwaukee Bucks
Again, if Bradley Beal’s value is low, perhaps the Bucks could look to get more from the Wizards in a deal. Monte Morris seems like the more feasible option, but Milwaukee should undeniably try to get their hands on Corey Kispert if there is any genuine possibility.
Throughout his two seasons in the NBA thus far, Kispert has put up some eye-catching numbers, having averaged 9.6 points while shooting 47.8 percent from the floor and 39.1 percent from the 3-point line. Among his strongest attributes is his 3-point shooting, and alongside this potential Big 3 in Milwaukee, Kispert could hypothetically lead the league in “wide-open” 3-point attempts due to the sheer number of quality looks he’d get nightly.
The Bucks would also be wise to stock up on wings this off-season. Jae Crowder, Joe Ingles, and Wesley Matthews are all going to be free agents, meaning this team could be thin at the position very quickly into the off-season. Adding the 6-foot-7 Kispert would help replenish that depth and give the Bucks an exciting player. At 24 years old, he would also help add some youth to what was the oldest roster in the association this past NBA season.
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