12 Jan 2018 19:39:21
Milwaukee sends Henson/Vaughn/Teletovic/1st to Orlando

Orlando sends
Vucevic/Hezonja/Afflalo to Milwaukee

Milwaukee signs Bogut.

Milwaukee sends
Hezonja/DJ Wilson/Delly to Chicago

Chicago sends
Mirotic/2nd Round to Milwaukee

Vucevic is hurt but gives Milwaukee everything they need when comes back plus it gives him time to learn Milwaukee's system on recovery in February. Afflalo gives Milwaukee depth at SF. Bogut gives Milwaukee 15min a night. Mirotic slides in at Center until Vucevic is back. Think about the lineup and firepower in starting lineup and off bench. Remember Parker is coming back too.

1.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 20:17:46
I don't think two guys that aren't particularly young who probably aren't worth their contracts, a late first 3 years from now and a 3rd year player who's out of the rotation gets you a starting caliber center and two good 3 point shooters.

Same for the 2nd one. Mirotic has looked good since combing back. I think you'd have to add atleast a first from the Bucks and take away that 2nd to get the Bulls to consider that.

2.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 20:26:30
Bucks will sign Bogut most likely. Can't really see GS letting Mcgee go unless he asks for it. Bucks will make move for a permanent big man this summer.

3.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 21:37:54
@ jorgawood. Agreed about Bogut. The Bucks currently have a 3.5 Million, and a 5 million excemption they can use for him. Or, Trade Vaughn plus a 2nd rd pick to GS for McGee. All the talk about D. Jordan would come out to a half a season rental. McGee isn't one to complain. That's been said about him, But, he also stated his wish to see more PT. Either in GS, or elsewhere?

4.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 21:43:36
As far as Milw/ Orl trade? I agree with rkenne_16 about the 1st trade. As far as the 2nd, Mirotic wants to go to Utah. Or Detroit, or The Knicks, and has stated so. He hasn't named the Bucks at all. Plus, What if Mirotic winds up like Teletovic? A 3 point shooter, with no defense? If Mirotic comes to the Bucks, Where does that leave D. J. Wilson?