The Milwaukee Bucks are planning to get rid of the hefty contract of Michael Redd because they are on a rebuilding mode right now, and Coach Skiles want to build his team around Andrew Bogut and Yi Jianlian.
Redd is a great scorer, but he never lead the Bucks deeper into the playoffs.
Those expirers from the Cavaliers will probably help them to signed a legit franchise player in 2009, and Michael Redd would be playing in his hometown in Cleveland Ohio, and he is going to be the Cavaliers 2nd best player in their roster.
Michael Redd graduated from Ohio State University, and even leading his team into a NCAA Final 4 appearance in 1998 garnering point averages of 21.9, 19.5, and 17.5, respectively
It would be a good sight to see LeBron James finally getting the decent supporting casts that he rightfully deserve.
Cleveland Cavaliers- Milwaukee Bucks Trade Scenario
Cleveland Cavaliers Acquired
Salary: $3,106,000 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 7.6 REB: 2.5 AST: 3.1 PER: 10.94
Salary: $2,715,000 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 11.7 REB: 6.1 AST: 1.0 PER: 14.99
Salary: $14,520,000 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 22.7 REB: 4.3 AST: 3.4 PER: 18.90
Anderson Varejao, Wally Szczerbiak, Damon Jones, First and Second Round Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.
Milwaukee Bucks Acquired
Anderson Varejao ( Expiree)
Salary: $5,356,000 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 6.7 REB: 8.3 AST: 1.1 PER: 12.02
Wally Szczerbiak (Expiree)
Salary: $12,275,000 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 11.5 REB: 2.9 AST: 1.4 PER: 13.99
Damon Jones ( Expiree)
Salary: $4,172,432 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 6.5 REB: 1.1 AST: 1.9 PER: 11.31
First and Second Round Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft
Charlie Bell, Charlie Villanueva, Michael Redd
C- Zydrunas Ilgauskas
F- Ben Wallace
F- Lebron James
G- Michael Redd
G- Delonte West