76ers: One Joel Embiid trade for every team ranked least to most likely: 25. Milwaukee Bucks
This is almost identical to the trade the Cleveland Cavaliers would offer. Neither they nor the Milwaukee Bucks has any draft picks to offer, and they likely wouldn’t want to give up their stars.
The Bucks aren’t trading Giannis Antetokounmpo. There isn’t a trade package another team could offer Milwaukee that would even make them consider giving up.
So, with that in mind, this would be the best the Bucks could offer the Philadelphia 76ers. The only reason this ranks better than the Cavaliers’ offer is because of the players involved.
Jarrett Allen is younger, but Khris Middleton is the better player right now. Plus, Marjon Beauchamp probably has more potential at this point than Cleveland’s young pieces.
But just like the Cavaliers, the Bucks have no reason to make a trade like this.
After getting eliminated in the first round and firing their head coach, there’s a chance they make some roster changes, but a change as big as this one is completely unrealistic.
Not to mention, the 76ers could undoubtedly get better offers for Embiid. Again, if they trade him, they’ll want young pieces and draft picks. Neither of which they’d get in this deal.
Milwaukee will have to settle for one top-three MVP candidate on the roster.