2-for-1 trades the Milwaukee Bucks could make to bolster rotation

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Milwaukee Bucks 2-for-1 trade scenario three: another depth for a scoring deal

This potential trade is broken down in detail here. However, this trade needs to be brought up in a conversation about potential two-for-one deals the Milwaukee Bucks could look to execute. This deal right away would make the Milwaukee Bucks younger and faster while admittedly sacrificing some defense.

However, not only could Collin Sexton be the Milwaukee Bucks starting shooting guard, but he could also serve as the Bucks’ backup point guard. Should Adrian Griffin be as interested in giving MarJon Beauchamp a ton of playing time this season, he could substitute the sophomore for Sexton early and then put Sexton back in the game in relief of Jrue Holiday.

Collin Sexton is a great shooter off the dribble, one thing that the departure of Jevon Carter takes with him. Last season on pull-up shots, Sexton shot 47.1 percent on field goals and 46.5 percent on 3-point shots, per NBA.com. These two aspects would help the Milwaukee Bucks’ half-court offense immensely, something they struggled with during the playoff series with Miami.

The Milwaukee Bucks sacrifice depth in this deal, and the Utah Jazz get some depth back after their deals at the deadline with the Los Angeles Lakers and in the off-season with the Atlanta Hawks.

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