It appears the Bucks’ time with Gary Neal may be short-lived. After signing the guard to a two-year contract this summer, the Bucks are trying “everything they can” to trade Neal before the February 20th trade deadline, according to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein.
Neal, a three-year veteran, has played in 23 games for Milwaukee this season, averaging 20.5 MPG and 10.4 PPG. He is currently playing on a two-year, $6.5MM contract that is fully guaranteed.
The Bucks’ urgency to make a move appears to be stemming from a locker room altercation between Neal and Larry Sanders.