Colangelo actually drafted Jackson.
Just saying. :D
Trade barbosa and future picks for BJ.
It doesn't work with the cap. The best think I can think of is swinging Barbosa for one of the lakers picks. Then moving Ed Davis, our 2013 first rounder and the lakers 2012. We might have to give more than Barbosa to get that pick.
Kleiza has been playing well and can be a decent starter/good bench player for the next few years.
We lose 3 good assets (Davis, Barbosa's trave value, and Bayless who may or may not develop) and take on 10 mill of bad contract to get Jennings.
If we trade Barbosa to Lakers (the rumours) and get their first rounder (or dallas) would the pick and ED be enough?
Seems like the fans and Casey are losing faith in him.
*EDIT* I left out NOT.
I have not heard this rumour anywhere but on this site - I'm not sure but maybe started by me, sorry if I am stealing credit here. I haven't heard any of the ESPN, Yahoo!, or CBS guys reporting this.
And isn't all of this idle speculation?
Although again, I do agree that none of it will likely happen.
Jennings is a true 1 and would be ranked higher than any other 1 coming out of the draft this year, including Kabongo.
He has had some difficulties in Milwaukee but he's also playing for a coach that wears on his players and has not shown too much offensive ingenuity.
I don't think Milwaukee would trade Jennings to be honest, as he's a talented youngster still learning the toughest position in the league and not sure the Raps even have the pieces to offer the Bucks a decent trade.
I also notice some "no ways'" for S. Jackson and although I understand the sentiments, when dialed in Jackson is the type of solid veteran that can help a team win, and a player who contributed to a team that won a ring.
Ed Davis + Jerryd Bayless for Brandon Jennings.
ahhhh no.... that's a dream. They would want a prospect, a good draft pick or two later ones, and cap relief. I don't see them trading him.
Something like Barbosa + E.Davis + Bayless + Future 1st rounder for Jennings + Gooden (we probably have to absorb his fat contract)