No. 13 - Khris Middleton
Despite how turbulent the past few months have been for Khris Middleton as he continues to work his way back from off-season surgery, he's still very unlikely to be moved. A lot of Bucks fans have been clamoring for the team to potentially move the three-time All-Star as they aim to improve the roster, especially during what was a slow start, but it's just too unlikely to envision.
Since his slow start that included a tight minutes restriction, Middleton has seen a large uptick in his production and playing time. Lately, the forward has been playing like the third option he needs to be behind Antetokounmpo and Lillard. He's still working his way back, and it remains unlikely that he's in a different uniform at anytime this season, as he's still a key cog for this basketball team.
No. 12 - Brook Lopez
The Bucks made it very clear in NBA free agency how much they valued Brook Lopez, handing him a massive new deal to return. So far, they were proven right to do so, as the big man has been having one of his best seasons, dominating the interior as a shot-blocker while providing support on offense as an outside shooter and paint threat.
Although Lopez's hefty salary and value could help the Bucks net a nice return, it would be hard to imagine them moving him, as it would be hard to find a center more fitting than Lopez for this group. He's the perfect center for this team due to his two-way excellence, and he may be too valuable for the team to include in talks for an upgrade.