7 Sleeper trade targets for the Bucks to pursue this offseason

The Bucks need to find some undervalued targets to add to their roster.
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3. Moses Moody

The 2021 lottery pick is still fighting for a significant role in the Bay Area. He averaged a career-high 17.5 minutes per game in year three as he produced 8.1 points and 3.0 rebounds on 46.2 percent shooting from the field and 36.0 percent on his threes. The 22-year-old has potential, but the Warriors have several quality options on the wing.

Golden State missed the playoffs in 2024 and must pick a direction. Klay Thompson is a free agent, and the Warriors must add talent to return to title contention. Their spending is a concern, which throws another wrench into their plans. If the Dubs decide to give their dynasty a few more cracks, Moody could be traded for win-now help.

The Bucks must upgrade on the wing, and Moody could be impactful on both ends of the floor. Golden State might flip the 22-year-old for win-now help with Milwaukee jumping in as the third team. Some rebuilding teams would prefer draft capital and may jump at the chance to trade Moody for a first-round pick.

Will the Warriors part with Moses Moody? It depends on what direction they choose in building out their roster. Golden State is a team to watch this summer, and the Bucks should look for ways to capitalize.