Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times tweeted last night about the workout the Bucks have scheduled today for wing players Will Barton and Evan Fournier, as we noted in our roundup of Friday's draft rumors. Woelfel has a full report today on those two and fringe draft pick Ramone Moore, who's also working out for the Bucks today. He also shares news from around the league on a possible extension for Brandon Jennings, teams willing to trade draft picks, and rising and falling draft stocks.
- The Celtics, Rockets, Blazers, Grizzlies and Thunder are "definitely open" to trading their picks, Woelfel says.
- The Bucks have yet to begin in-depth discussions with Bill Duffy, the agent for Brandon Jennings, on an extension for his client. The team has until October to lock Jennings up before he becomes eligible for restricted free agency next summer.
- Woelfel identifies three players whose draft stock is rising: Mason Plumlee, Moe Harkless and Fab Melo. Going the opposite direction are Jared Sullinger, as teams are worried about issues with his back, and Perry Jones III.
- Jeremy Lamb was originally supposed to take part in today's Bucks workout before spraining his ankle during a Raptors workout earlier this week. Woelfel says there's a "reasonably good chance" Lamb will still audition for Milwaukee. The same can't be said for Austin Rivers, who's unlikely to work out for the Bucks.