No. 9 - Jae Crowder
Jae Crowder was having an excellent season before an injury forced him to undergo surgery. Despite his injury, Crowder is expected to return soon and was seen back on the court recently. Given how much the Bucks prioritized wing depth this off-season combined with how well Crowder was playing before the injury, it's unlikely that they would deal him.
The Bucks have Crowder on a steal of a deal, having inked him to a one-year deal worth the minimum this past free agency. If he can pick up where he left off before the injury, that deal will continue to be a significant bargain. As the Bucks aim to find their big wing defender, trading Crowder would be a head-scratching move, unless it's for a massive upgrade.
No. 8 - Malik Beasley
A lot of what was said about Crowder can be said about Malik Beasley. He was picked up on a veteran minimum deal this past off-season, and he's been a bargain bin signing. Beasley is the lowest-paid starting shooting guard in the entire NBA right now. Teams would love to get their hands on a player who can shoot it like Beasley on a team-friendly deal, but it's unlikely that the Bucks would move him.
If the Bucks were to move Beasley, it would likely have to be a part of some larger deal. With all of the other assets, which will be detailed momentarily, on the roster, trading him instead of them wouldn't make much sense. Barring something unforeseen, one of the biggest steals of free agency is likely to stick around with the Bucks.