NBA Trade Window: 3 players that the Milwaukee Bucks should trade away
#2 Tony Snell
Tony Snell played three years of college basketball for the New Mexico Lobos before declaring himself for the NBA draft back in 2013. In the draft, Snell was selected with the 20th overall pick by the Chicago Bulls, and Snell went on to spend three years with the Bulls before joining the Bucks in 2016.
Snell had a successful first season in Milwaukee, averaging career highs in three-point percentage, points, and rebounds, and this resulted in the shooting guard being rewarded with a four-year, $44 million contract.
Despite this, Snell has seen a reduction in game time so far this season, and the 27-year-old has started just four games for the Bucks. With Milwaukee preferring other options at the guard position, the organisation should start looking to move his contract on, as Snell's salary is set to climb to nearly $12 million for the 19/20 season.