With the NBA free agency quietening down as rosters are being finely tuned, there are many teams still looking at potentially making trades to improve. The Milwaukee Bucks have been quiet lately, and this has led to speculation that the front office may be looking to make a trade. One player previously mentioned was the Atlanta Hawks guard Bogdan Bogdanovic.
Another guard the Bucks could show interest in is Utah Jazz guard Collin Sexton. The former eighth overall pick found himself joining the Jazz last season from the Cleveland Cavaliers as part of the Donovan Mitchell trade deal. Milwaukee are looking to strengthen their point guard position as they don’t have one as such behind All-Star Jrue Holiday. This trade was put together by ClutchPoints writer Quenton Albertie.
Grade The Trade: Bucks target scoring guard in this trade with the Jazz
It has been rumored for some time that Sexton could be available for a trade, as he only featured in 48 games last season in Utah and started just 15 of those. What cannot be forgotten about him though is that in the 2020-21 season, he averaged 24.3 points per game on 47.5 percent shooting and 37 percent from three before injury hampered his 2021-22 season. In this trade, it would see the Bucks part ways with wings Grayson Allen and Pat Connaughton, along with a 2029 first-round pick.
This is an interesting trade proposition as the Bucks look to get younger. Let’s break it down and grade it.