Found March 14, 2012 on
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We have our first NBA trade deadline deal, folks. But don’t get your hopes up. It doesn’t involve Dwight Howard, although it’s still a swap involving big names.
The Warriors agreed Tuesday to trade shooting guard Monta Ellis, forward Ekpe Udoh and injured center Kwame Brown to the Bucks for center Andrew Bogut and forward Stephen Jackson, according to Yahoo! Sports.
And how’s this for irony: The Warriors host the Bucks on Friday.
Ellis, obviously, has previously been linked to trade scenarios sending him to Orlando. But instead he’ll be heading to Milwaukee where he’ll be part of a dynamic backcourt along with Brandon Jennings. Udoh, who can also fill in at center, gives the Bucks a young big man with plenty of upside.
With the Bucks hanging around on fringe of the East’s playoff picture, both players will give the team a serious boost that it wouldn’t have otherwise gotten with Bogut out for possibly the rest of the season. And then there’s Kwame Brown, who despite being Kwame Bro...
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Tuesday’s Monta Ellis-Andrew Bogut swap set off a tidal wave of reaction in the NBA world, some positive, some negative. For the remaining Warriors players, it was almost all negative, and some didn’t hesitate voicing their frustrations to the media before their contest with the Kings on Tuesday. As tweeted by beat reporters Marcus Thompson and Rusty Simmons:
Said one Warriors...
Two sources confirm the Magic are discussing a three-team trade involving the Warriors and Hornets that would send Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins and Dorell Wright to Orlando.
The Warriors and Spurs have agreed to a swap of Stephen Jackson for Richard Jefferson and a first round pick, a source confirmed to Yahoo's Marc J. Spears and Marcus Thompson of the Mercury News.
Jackson was acquired by Golden State from the Bucks this week.Via Ric Bucher/ESPN (via Twitter)
Our good friend over at the mothership, Ric Bucher has broke this news that Stephen...
Twitter / @WojYahooNBA: Bucks and Warriors have ag ... via kwout
There have been rumblings about something going down here for a couple of days.
In Andrew Bogut, the Warriors finally get a post presence (if the can stay healthy) while Stephen Jackson can be a nice scoring option along side Stephen Curry. It's obvious that the Warriors are willing to roll...
The Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors started the NBA’s trade deadline bonanza to a rousing start Tuesday night by pulling off a five-player deal.
In the trade Golden State sent Monta Ellis, Ekpe Udoh and Kwame Brown to Milwaukee in exchange for Andrew Bogut and Stephen Jackson.
The Warriors traded Monta Ellis and two other players to the Milwaukee Bucks for Andrew...
Orlando attempted to piece together a three-team deal for Monta Ellis, including efforts with the Bucks and Hornets.
Monta Ellis could be moved to the Magic in a three-team trade that would net Andrew Bogut for the Warriors.
During last night's NBA affair between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers, Clippers star forward Blake Griffin was not welcomed to a block party thrown by Warriors guard Monta Ellis.
Watch as Monta sends this ball into the front row:
By JEFF BARTL,
STATS WriterThe Milwaukee Bucks moved into the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race after their most recent win, and they're hoping a blockbuster trade will help keep them there.One night after acquiring high-scoring guard Monta Ellis, Milwaukee seeks its fourth straight victory Wednesday night when it hosts the Cleveland Cavaliers, who can tie the Bucks...
John Hammonds , the gm of YOUR Milwaukee Bucks, was the executive of the year two years ago. Since then he has been a piece of crap. Last night he got his mojo back in a big way. Expired milk (Bogut) and moldy ass cheese (Stevie Jax) for Monta Ellis, Ekpe Oduh, and an expiring contract (7million!) that belongs to Kwame Brown. (Don’t worry Bucks fans, Kwame is hurt and...
On the verge of their longest winning streak in two years, the Milwaukee Bucks appear to have hit their stride.
They could become even more formidable with their new acquisitions in uniform.
With Monta Ellis and Ekpe Udoh hoping to suit up versus their former team, the Bucks kick off a two-game road swing against the Golden State Warriors on Friday night seeking a fifth consecutive...