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    Question Dalembert being shopped?

    The Bucks have been shopping Samuel Dalembert and his expiring contract, thanks to the emergence of Larry Sanders, reports ESPN.com's Marc Stein (via Twitter). However, Sanders left Tuesday's game after injuring his hip, so depending on the severity of the injury, the Bucks may be more inclined to hang on to Dalembert, says Stein (via Twitter).

    This isn't the first time we've heard Dalembert mentioned as a potential trade candidate -- Stein named him last month as a player who had been made available by his club. However, that was around the same time that head coach Scott Skiles parted ways with the Bucks. Dalembert told Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times a week later that he'd been disappointed with the way Skiles used him, and that Bucks players were "enthusiastic" about new coach Jim Boylan.

    If the Bucks are still shopping Dalembert, his performance last night certainly didn't hurt his trade stock. The big man put up 35 points and 12 rebounds in Milwaukee's loss to the Nuggets. Dalembert, who is earning about $6.7MM this season, is set to hit unrestricted free agency this summer.
    http://www.hoopsrumors.com/2013/02/b...dalembert.html

    @ESPNSteinLine: Word is Bucks have been shopping Sam Dalembert thanks to emergence of Larry Sanders. Let's see if Sammy's 35 & 12 has impact on interest




    ESPNSteinLine: Bucks' appetite to trade Dalembert, however, could likewise be impacted by Larry Sanders' injury last night. Might feel they need him again
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    Bucks shopping Dalembert: ESPN reports the Bucks have been shopping center Samuel Dalembert prior to his 35-point, 12-rebound outburst Tuesday at Denver. The Bucks interest in dealing Dalembert stems from Larry Sanders' emergence, but the team's desire to trade Dalembert could change after Sanders sustained a back injury Tuesday.
    (Updated 2/6/13)
    http://fantasynews.cbssports.com/fan...muel-dalembert


    Report: Bucks shopping Dalembert

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    ESPN reports the Bucks have been shopping center Samuel Dalembert prior to his 35-point, 12-rebound outburst Tuesday at Denver. The Bucks interest in dealing Dalembert stems from Larry Sanders' emergence, but the team's desire to trade Dalembert could change after Sanders sustained a back injury Tuesday
    http://www.fantasysp.com/player/nba/...ping-dalembert
    Last edited by MILLERHIGHLIFE; 02-06-2013 at 11:13 AM.

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    Initial X-rays of Sanders' right hip area did not show any damage but the 6-foot-11 player was to undergo additional evaluations on Wednesday. Sanders was at his locker after the Bucks' 112-104 loss to Denver and traveled with the team to Salt Lake City, where Milwaukee will play Utah on Wednesday night.

    Concerned teammates congregated around Sanders near the foul line after he fell to the floor with 4 minutes 41 seconds remaining and the Bucks leading, 100-97.

    He already had added to his league-leading blocks total with five more rejections against the Nuggets.

    "I landed more to the right side, on the back of the hip bone," Sanders said. "They did a couple X-rays. Nothing too severe. That's great news.

    "it's pretty painful. I'll just get a couple more X-rays and take care of it so I can get back as fast as I can."
    http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/189956461.html

    Even if Sanders sat out a game or two. I would still trade expiring contract of Dalembert to get back a asset. Ya figure we either go with Udoh at center or small ball with Ersan at center which he played well against the Nets center in Lopez in the past. Or worst case Gooden starts a game or two and logs heavy minutes as well to be showcased before Sanders is back. Then limited garbage time for Przybilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/189956461.html

    Even if Sanders sat out a game or two. I would still trade expiring contract of Dalembert to get back a asset. Ya figure we either go with Udoh at center or small ball with Ersan at center which he played well against the Nets center in Lopez in the past. Or worst case Gooden starts a game or two and logs heavy minutes as well to be showcased before Sanders is back. Then limited garbage time for Przybilla.
    Yeah no question, Dalembert should be shopped after last night. With quality big men being such a premium, I wouldn't be surprised if the Bucks could get a late 1st and another expiring contract for him.

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    Hoopshype has Dalembert as the main news now.

    http://hoopshype.com/rumors.htm

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    The Bucks have a ton of pieces to move. None are superstars, but still a ton of pieces. Talented players and expiring contracts. Do you think they'll make a move?

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    Hearing they are VERY active right now. Marc Stein reported today that Samuel Dalembert is one guy that they are actively talking about (and what an incredible game he had last night trying to show his value). But he's not the only one -- Monta Ellis, Ersan Illaysova, Beno Udrih are all available. Even Brandon Jennings at the right price.
    http://espn.go.com/sportsnation/chat/_/id/47006 C'mon Johnny you can do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The Milwaukee Bucks have been shopping center Samuel Dalembert given the emergence of breakout big man Larry Sanders, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports.

    While teams generally know what Dalembert brings to the table -- size, rebounding, post defense -- the veteran big man put on an absolutely dominant offensive display against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night. Often simply overpowering Denver in the post, Dalembert put up a career-high 35 points and 12 rebounds in just 27 minutes of play.

    Sure, the performance may have been "an anomaly of epic, cosmic proportions," as SB Nation's Seth Rosenthal put it, but one has to imagine that it has at least gotten the attention of some team executives.

    Those expecting the Bucks to jump on the best offer after this performance should probably take a breath though, after Sanders left Tuesday night's game with a back injury. The depth afforded by Sanders' breakout was a major motivation behind shopping Dalembert in the first place, so Milwaukee could choose to change directions now.

    Sanders is heading to Utah to rejoin his teammates after x-rays came back negative, but his status isn't clear.
    http://www.sbnation.com/nba/2013/2/6...alembert-bucks

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    wonder what he could bring back value wise? maybe send him to dallas for oj mayo since he's got a p.o for next season i believe...this way they for sure get a expiring maybe give them a 2nd rd pick n take back a longer contract although they dont have many of them but he could be their poor man tyson chandler?
    This thread right here is why i stay out of the nba main forum on psd lol
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    According to a report by Marc Stein of ESPN.com, the Milwaukee Bucks have been actively shopping Samuel Dalembert.

    The emergence of young center Larry Sanders has apparently made Dalembert expendable in the eyes of Bucks management.



    Dalembert’s epic performance during last night’s 114-102 loss to the Denver Nuggets may have raised his value on the trade market tenfold. In 27 minutes off the bench, Samuel scored 35 points on 17 for 21 shooting. He also finished with 12 rebounds (seven offensive), two assists and one blocked shot.

    He became the first player in NBA history to score at least 35 points and grab 12 rebounds in less than 27 minutes of action.

    Through just 27 games, Dalembert is averaging 6.7 points on 60.6% shooting, as well as 5.3 rebounds and 1.3 blocks.

    He’s been in the league since the 2001-02 season, playing for four different teams over the last 11 years (Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets). While his playing time has been sparse with the Bucks, Dalembert is still a tremendous asset as a defensive center with great length who can rebound and block shots under the basket.

    A recent injury could change Milwaukee’s plans, as Sanders left Tuesday’s game with back spasms. His x-rays were negative, but his status for tonights game against the Utah Jazz is still up in the air. If he were to miss any time, the Bucks could halt any trade plans revolving around Dalembert, as he could provide some depth in his absence, if need be.
    http://sircharlesincharge.com/2013/0...nba-news-2013/

    Nothing new here. Just another site late to the party and yet quoting Marc Stein article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROY 2 MVP Braun View Post
    wonder what he could bring back value wise? maybe send him to dallas for oj mayo since he's got a p.o for next season i believe...this way they for sure get a expiring maybe give them a 2nd rd pick n take back a longer contract although they dont have many of them but he could be their poor man tyson chandler?
    Hard to say since Mavs assured Carter isn't being traded. Then Marion said he wont report to a bad team. So Cuban don't have many trade pieces. Plus I believe they cant trade their first rounder this year since they traded their own last year for Odom. Also Thunder owns the Mavs pick if falls to #20 which it wont. But still Mavs cant trade picks consecutive years unless they get another pick.

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    The Milwaukee Bucks have been rumored to be shopping Samuel Dalembert around to see if there is any interest in the backup center. After trading for Dalembert this past summer, would the Bucks really consider dealing him right before the Feb. 21 trade deadline?

    The reason Milwaukee might not trade Dalembert is because starting center Larry Sanders has been dealing with back problems, which means the Bucks might need the 31-year-old in uniform. Dalembert is a great center to have off the bench because he puts up solid numbers and works well with one of the best second squads in the NBA.

    However, the Haiti native recently wrote his name in the record books with an impressive career-high 35 points and 12 rebounds against the Denver Nuggets earlier this week. Dalembert is the first player in league history to put up those numbers while also converting at least 80 percent from the field. The fact that he is capable of putting up a performance such as this means the Bucks would be foolish not to shop him around the NBA. There is certainly high demand among contenders in the East and West for a backup center that has the potential to take over games.

    Dalembert also will become a restricted free agent at the end of the year so it would be in Milwaukee’s best interest to try and deal him if the right price comes along. It is difficult to say what exactly the team could get for him, but the fact that he continues to play well in recent contests will only increase his value.

    On the other hand, Bucks owner Herb Kohl is known to be a man who wants to win and will do whatever it takes to achieve that goal. Milwaukee has a legitimate shot to make some noise in the playoffs this season with the roster they currently have so it would have to be a great deal in order for the organization to pull the trigger on a potential trade.
    http://www.rantsports.com/nba/2013/0...-nba-deadline/

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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    Hard to say since Mavs assured Carter isn't being traded. Then Marion said he wont report to a bad team. So Cuban don't have many trade pieces. Plus I believe they cant trade their first rounder this year since they traded their own last year for Odom. Also Thunder owns the Mavs pick if falls to #20 which it wont. But still Mavs cant trade picks consecutive years unless they get another pick.

    i said that the bucks throw one in or at least thats what i meant!
    This thread right here is why i stay out of the nba main forum on psd lol
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