Found March 30, 2013 on HoopStuff:
The Milwaukee Bucks’ leading scorer, Brandon Jennings is  a restricted free agent after the season and has voiced opinion about wanting to move to a bigger market. So far it seems that the Bucks are willing to match any offer for their 23 year old point guard, which seems obvious, as he is by far their best player. The problem of course is that if they do match an offer sheet and he has to stay in Milwaukee against his wishes, he may be very upset,  but that is a risk that the team must take, as they cannot lose him. No major free agents are coming to Milwaukee, Monta’ Ellis is most likely going to decline his player option and leave town and JJ Redick is an unrestricted free agent, so their three best players are all free agents. The best move would be to let Ellis leave and match any offer that Jennings receives. He may be upset at first, but he would get over it, as it is part of the business. Coming into the NBA, there were questions about his maturity and they seemed valid, but...
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