Crowder and the Bucks completed their meeting and the talks went smoothly
According to Sun team reporter Duane Rankin, several league sources revealed that the Suns player Jae Crowder and the Bucks management have completed the meeting.
According to reports, the Bucks had previously wanted to get the Suns player Jae Crowder through a three-party deal, but the Rockets management’s asking price for Eric Gordon was directly increased from one first round to two first rounds, which directly led to The deal eventually fell apart.
According to reports, the Bucks management has not changed their minds about getting Suns player Jae Crowder, but recently they are a little worried about Crowder’s competitive state, so the Suns management arranged this meeting. There are many teams that get the Suns player Jae Crowder through trades. In addition to the Bucks, there are also many teams such as the Heat and the Eagles who also want to get Crowder through trades.
For the Suns, they hope to get an outside defensive player in exchange for trading Crowder.
It is reported that Suns player Jae Crowder was told before the start of the regular season that he would serve as a substitute for the young player Cameron Johnson. He was worried that his next contract would be affected, so he negotiated with the Suns management. As well as the negotiation of the coaching staff, he finally chose not to represent the Suns this season, but waited for the Suns management to send him away through a trade. He only had one requirement for the new club, that is, enough playing time and a starting position.