2. John Henson
John Henson might be the most difficult player on this list for the Bucks to trade. As a center, his skillset is a dime a dozen and isn’t extremely valuable in today’s NBA.
Sure, he blocked 1.4 shots per game last season which is a pretty good number. However, his 6.8 rebounds per game is not very good and he struggles on the boards. Henson is a very lanky defender and can use his wingspan as a weapon to his advantage. However, his lack of muscle and frame allows opposing players to easily push him around.
He also doesn’t bring much on the offensive end of the court. His lack of muscle again deters him down low, as he can’t power through opposing big men. He also lacks a reliable mid-range jump shot and can’t do much offensively overall.
Henson still has two years and a little over $18 million remaining on his contract. Considering the lack of teams with available cap space and the plethora of serviceable big men remaining, it’s a long shot for any team to deal for Henson.