3 Trade packages that would land the Milwaukee Bucks a point guard

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Milwaukee Bucks: Grayson Allen, Washington Wizards: Delon Wright
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A trade between the Milwaukee Bucks, Washington Wizards, and Indiana Pacers

Another situation the Bucks could take advantage of is the overcrowding at the point guard position in Washington. This deal has them giving up a second-round pick in 2030 and Grayson Allen. In return, they get Delon Wright and second rounders in 2025 and 2027.

Maybe the trade isn’t as specific as this, but the idea of grabbing Delon Wright and second round picks from these teams is a good one. This deal would be very advantageous for Milwaukee, and swapping the 2030 pick for picks in 2025 and 2027 would be a great return. Delon Wright also fits positional needs in Milwaukee and does a little bit of everything. Wright averaged 7.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 3.9 assists in 24 minutes for Washington last season. Wright has averaged at least a steal in 10 of his 12 seasons in the NBA, and it is no question that he plays solid defense on the perimeter.

Between the two second round picks and adding Wright as the backup point guard, this is a good trade for Milwaukee, considering Grayson Allen’s trade value. As far as Indiana’s involvement in the trade, they clear out a little room at the four but sacrifice a 2025 second round pick in the process for Grayson Allen, though getting the 2029 first from Washington helps even out the deal. This is a pretty complex trade considering the value of these three players, but it is a trade that can help all three teams without blowing things up.