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Bucks offer Maker, Monroe for Bledsoe

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to 1580 The Fanatic’s Tim Montemayor, the Milwaukee Bucks have offered Thon Maker, Greg Monroe and a draft pick to the Phoenix Suns for disgruntled Eric Bledsoe. Prior to the Suns firing its head coach Earl Watson on Sunday, Bledsoe said he did not want to be on the team anymore.

It’s believed the Bucks are one of several teams interested in Bledsoe. The others interested in the 27-year-old guard includes the New York Knicks, Denver Nuggets and the Los Angeles Clippers.

Milwaukee Bucks front court player Thon Maker guarding Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James (Getty Images)

Milwaukee Bucks front court player Thon Maker guarding Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James (Getty Images)

Bledsoe was sent home from the team on Monday after meeting with Suns general manager Ryan McDonough. In his final game with the team, he had four points, four rebounds and four turnovers in Phoenix’s 42-point loss to the Clippers.

The Suns have their hands tied right now until they could find a suitor for Bledsoe. The Bucks have been trying to rid themselves of Monroe’s contract after signing him to a big-money deal.

Head coach Jason Kidd has struggled to find playing time for him. And if they were able to find a way to get Bledsoe, they would also have a dilemma with him as the reigning Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon is presently their point guard.

If he goes to the Bucks, he’ll be paired with “The Greek Freak” Giannis Antetokounmpo, a real MVP candidate this season. Yet, if this trade happens, it’ll leave Milwaukee short in the front court, as they’ll ship away two of their forward/centers.

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