The Milwaukee Bucks have been the subject of trade rumors as the upcoming NBA season approaches. While they haven’t made many moves this off-season, they did trade during the draft to select Andre Jackson Jr. However, they are looking to improve their backup guard position after losing Jevon Carter, and so far, they have yet to fill this void unless they believe one of their young players can step up.
One potential trade target that has been suggested by ClutchPoints is Dennis Schröder, a FIBA World Cup hero who I am personally a fan of. However, I don’t believe this trade will be seriously considered as it seems quite unrealistic.
The proposed trade would involve the Milwaukee Bucks acquiring Dennis Schröder and the Toronto Raptors receiving Pat Connaughton and MarJon Beauchamp. While Schröder has the potential to be a valuable asset coming off the bench for a championship-contending team, this trade seems far-fetched. Connaughton has been a key player for the Bucks as one of the first names off the bench, particularly contributing with his rebounding and scoring during their 2021 title win. Beauchamp, on the other hand, is a promising player that the Bucks organization and fans have high hopes for and would like to see him get more playing time this season.
While the trade would fill the void at backup point guard for the Bucks, it would require them to give up a significant package to add a bench player. Additionally, it should be noted that Schröder cannot be traded until December 15 at the earliest due to signing a contract this off-season.
With that being said, it’s important to take a closer look at the details of this proposed trade and consider the feasibility of such a move.