Milwaukee Bucks to trade Larry Sanders

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With Milwaukee heading straight to the top of the NBA 2014 Draft it makes sense for them to try and trade away some veterans to contenders such as Caron Butler and Luke Ridnour and look at the possibility of getting additional first round picks.

According to Jabari Davis, he wouldn’t be shocked to see Larry Sanders name pop up in rumors as we close in on the NBA’s trade deadline.

"With the way Larry Sanders has played this season, there should be no surprise to hear his name in discussions as well, but with the new contract he just received…I’m not sure what his market would be." Davis said in his weekly chat.

Sanders took the NBA by storm last season with his play, though, has shown to be a bit of an uncontrollable hot head at times which would likely scare teams away.

Add in his four year, $44 million dollar contract that will start next season, and finding a team willing to take a chance on Sanders may be difficult, especially given Milwaukee will be looking for solid talent in return for a player that is central to their play. 

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