The Milwaukee Bucks hit a deal with the Sacramento Kings, consenting to a sign-and-trade for Bogdan Bogdanovic that would carry the balanced two guard to Wisconsin as part of seemingly the best beginning lineup in the NBA.
But somebody neglected to ask Bogdanovic what he wants.
Following reports prior in the day the sign-and-trade to the Bucks was falling apart, presently comes the report the deal is dead and Bogdanovic will become a confined free agent.
This undoes a trade that would have sent Donte DiVincenzo, Ersan Ilyasova, and DJ Wilson to Sacramento.
This is a hit to the Bucks, who saw Bogdanovic as an extraordinary fit in their beginning five. The 6’6″ Serbian wing found the middle value of 15.1 focuses a game for the Kings last season (ultimately assuming control over Buddy Hield’s spot in the beginning setup), he can make his own shot, hit the three (37.2% last season) yet additionally is productive from the midrange.
The genuine inquiry for Milwaukee is Giannis’ opinion about this and what his response is. Milwaukee is as yet attempting to persuade Antetokounmpo to sign a supermax augmentation with the group.
Bogdanovic likely will make starter cash in the NBA, around $15 million a season. He will have a lot of admirers, yet will there be any as acceptable — and where he is as characteristic a fit as Milwaukee?