With the trade deadline nearing ever closer, more teams are in last minute frantic talks to add the final piece of the puzzle to their rosters.
Gary Neal is a name who has been rumoured to be leaving the Milwaukee Bucks and ply his trade elsewhere. Neal joined the Bucks in the off-season following San Antonio Spurs' narrow NBA finals loss to the Heat.
Between the Bucks having the league’s worst record and Neal’s lack of playing time, he is not happy in Milwaukee and the Bucks have discussed appeasing him by trading him.
The Charlotte Bobcats are reported to be an interested party in the rush for Neal and are trying to improve their roster in hope of sustaining a playoff bid.
And according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo, a deal could be close sending Ramon Sessions the other way.
"Charlotte, Milwaukee gathering traction on Gary Neal-Ramon Sessions centered deal, sources tell Yahoo. Other pieces would be involved." Woj tweeted.
Neal is averaging 10.0 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game, while Sessions is averaging 10.5 points, 3.7 assists and 2.1 rebounds per contest.