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#1 DanishLakerFan

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Posted February 11, 2014 - 06:05 AM

Milwaukee isn’t high on him after this season, which have included a bar fight and a drop in production. Also, John Henson has improved a lot at the C position. It would be a bit of a risky move, but it could be worth it.

 

Larry Sanders is an ELITE rim protector when healthy and his contract isn’t too expensive. Of course, if he continues to play like he’s done this season, it would be a mistake. I personally think he’s going to bounce back once he’s healthy.

 

Would Milwaukee trade him, though?

                                                                   

Would it be too risky?

 

 



#2 CueTheRain

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Posted February 11, 2014 - 02:55 PM

They're definitely having some buyer's regret on Sanders, but I don't think we have the assets to pull a trade for him. I think Milwaukee is looking for 1st round picks first and foremost. Then again, they also don't care about contention, just making the playoffs, so you never know.






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