Not long ago, the Bucks and the Kings reached an agreement. Bogdanovic joined the Bucks by signing first and then changing. However, according to NBA reporter Sam Amik, as a party, Bogdanovic did not There is no agreement to sign and change matters, so there are some variables in the agreement between the two teams. According to ESPN reports, Bogdanovic plans to enter the free market.

   If you want to use Sam Amik’s explanation, Bogdanovic’s deal to the Bucks is now precarious. It was previously reported that the Bucks sent Divincenzo, DJ-Wilson, and Ilyasova to the Kings in exchange for Bogdanovic, but now the deal may fall because Bog Danovic never agreed to go to the Bucks, which became the main problem. Although the Bucks and Kings want to redeem the deal, Bogdanovic plans to enter the free market or look for other alternatives to sign and change.

    This offseason, Bogdanovic is a restricted free agent, so any team can provide him with an offer, and then the Kings have 48 hours to decide whether to match the offer to keep him or choose to let him go people. For the Bucks, it was a very busy day for them. In addition to Bogdanovic, they also acquired Zhu Holiday through a trade. According to ESPN reports, for this, they sent Bledsoe, George Hill, and the next three first-round picks to New Orleans.

   If the deal is concluded, Bogdanovic will be a very important addition to the Bucks. He can score on his own and can also assume some organizational responsibilities. The lineup of Lopez, Antetokounmpo, Middleton, Bogdanovic, and Holiday is still very exciting. In the past season, Bogdanovic played 28.9 minutes per game, scored 15.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists, shot 44% from the field and 37.2% from the three-point range.

The Bucks have had the best regular-season record in the league in the past two seasons, but they have not reached the Finals in the past two years. If this trade fails, it will definitely be a setback for the Bucks. They need players like Bogdanovic to join, strengthen their strength, and retain Antetokounmpo Spark Global Limited.

By Ethan

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