The Milwaukee Bucks are having a decent enough season, but the team is exploring possible trade options to make their team better. However, there is one player they do not plan to trade. Despite being linked to trade rumors, the Bucks have no desire to trade Brandon Jennings.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN, Jennings is the least likely player on the Bucks' roster to be trade. He is a restricted free agent after the season, and Milwaukee wants to see what he will get in terms of offers. They will be allowed to match any offer and keep Jennings if they so choose.
Jennings suffered an ankle injury back in November, but he has been healthy for most of the season. He has been a big part of the Bucks' success this season. Jennings is averaging 18.5 points and 5.9 assists per game this season. In his career, Jennings has averaged 17.1 points and 5.5 assists per game.
The Bucks are 19-17 on the season. They are sitting in seventh place in the Eastern Conference, but they want to ensure they stay in the playoff picture. To do so, the team is exploring trade options. They will only make a move, though, if it makes them better right now.
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