NBA Rumors: Milwaukee Bucks Put 5-Year Veteran On Trade Block

The Milwaukee Bucks are wading into the trade pool as we get ever closer to the February 9th deadline. They're said to have a standing interest in Phoenix Suns' holdout Jae Crowder, amongst other targets. And they're apparently holding up for bidding their super-pest guard and sharpshooter, Grayson Allen.

The Milwaukee Bucks have been offering wing Grayson Allen to multiple teams, per sources, for various players on the block.

                                                                         —Eric Pincus, Bleacher Report

One of the names that has been out there, that the Bucks could be pursuing in return for Allen, is a certain 6'8" forward that's been in the New York Knicks' doghouse for a couple of months now. 

Cam Reddish has been a DNP-Coach's Decision for 27 consecutive game. And according to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype, the Knicks are indeed interested in Allen. But he went on to suggest that if the Bucks are to trade Allen, it would be for a proven veteran—again, think Jae Crowder.

In fact, Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports tells us that the Bucks are shopping a package of Allen and multiple second-round picks for a veteran.

Allen, the former Duke Blue Devil, has been doing his thing, averaging 10.6 points while shooting 39.7% from the three-point line. And also continuing to get under opponents' skin. 

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