6 Bucks at risk of being traded this summer

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5. Andre Jackson Jr.

Like Beauchamp, Andre Jackson Jr. is a promising, young player who isn't getting much playing time. The rookie swingman is an elite athlete and point-of-attack defender who has put significant work into his craft since leaving UConn.

The initial scouting report stated that Jackson wasn't capable of being a proficient long-range shooter, as he made just 28.1 percent of his triples in college. However, he's made 37.5 percent of his threes in the league (on a very small sample size), in addition to averaging 8.2 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.1 assists per 36 minutes. 

And he's been far more efficient than expected, even in a limited capacity, with shooting splits of 52.3 percent from the field, 37.5 percent from deep, 64.6 percent on two-pointers, 72.7 percent from the charity stripe, and 61.9 percent true shooting.

His best value right now is as a defender, which is aided by his length. However, the Bucks clearly don't intend to give him considerable playing time.

Doc Rivers is a veteran coach, and they don't tend to like playing young players, because they need developmental reps. Jackson is one of the few interchangeable players on the roster with trade value around the league.