The Milwaukee Bucks have returned back to their winning ways after having won their last three games.
Now at 19-13 on the season, the Bucks are entering a critical stretch where their organization evaluates where their roster stands ahead of their inevitable playoff run. With the trade deadline nearly a month away and the potential need to shore up their depth as well as fill their last vacant roster spot, there will be plenty of speculation centered around the Bucks this trade season.
Of course, the Bucks have already rumored to be active throughout the season and have kept their proverbial irons in the fire, with one such example being Alex Len.
According to a recent piece by The Athletic’s Fred Katz ($$), the Bucks were among the teams to have had in interest in the journeyman center after he was waived by the Toronto Raptors early on in the 2020-21 season. After getting waived by Toronto, Len joined the Washington Wizards where he has since rebounded following a poor start to the year.
Since joining the Wizards, Len is averaging 6.9 points on .646/.231/.607 shooting, 3.9 rebounds, 1.3 blocks and 1.2 assists across 15.1 minutes per game.
The Milwaukee Bucks are rumored to looking for frontcourt help.
There are certainly two things that stand out from the Bucks’ reported interest, with the first point being the Bucks have looked hard at bolstering the makeup of their current frontcourt.