Found May 25, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
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Did the helpless Bucks make the right decision this year? You know, the infamous Milwaukee Bucks? Before the trade deadline, players like Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, and even Kobe Bryant were possibly available for a trade. Injuries have cursed the Bucks best player, Andrew Bogut, and scattered injuries hurt Stephen Jackson, Drew Gooden, Mbah A Moute, Shaun Livingston, and Carlos Delfino. The Bucks’ season did not look the brightest and something needed to be done. Throughout most of the season, Bucks fans and basketball analysts believed that the Bucks would trade their star point guard Brandon Jennings. He even made a comment that he was looking into larger franchises. With Jennings being so young and having great potential, many thought that the Bucks would trade him for a veteran star, considering so many were available. “I am going to keep my options open, knowing that the time is coming up. I’m doing my homework on big-market teams.” ~ Brandon Jennings (via ESPN). Ultimat...
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