Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Jennings has had a bit of an up and down relationship with his team, which may lead to the Bucks being his former team.
According to Gary Woelful, the Milwaukee front office has been informing fellow teams that they are open to trading Jennings – for the right price.
Bucks are letting it be known that Brandon Jennings is available for the right price.
Jennings has went back and forth on his desire to stay in Milwaukee, but seemed a bit more open to the idea once Monta Ellis decided to opt out of his contract.
Currently a restricted free agent, Jennings would essentially become a sign and trade candidate if any move was made. Of course, that would require Jennings’ approval as he’d have to sign a deal with the Bucks, who would then move him in the said trade.
If Jennings didn’t care for the potential destination, he could opt to play out the final year of his contact with the Bucks and become an unrestricted free agent next season or he may decide to sign an offer sheet with a team, though, Milwaukee will have every right to match.