Bucks reportedly acquire C Tyler Zeller from Nets

Brooklyn Nets Acquire Rashad Vaughn and Second Round Draft Pick from Milwaukee

Brooklyn Nets Acquire Rashad Vaughn and Second Round Draft Pick from Milwaukee

In Zeller, Milwaukee receives a center in his sixth season.

Zeller has started 33 games for the Nets this season, averaging 7.1 points on 54.6% shooting from the field to go along with 4.6 rebounds.

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Milwaukee Bucks forward/center John Henson (sore right hamstring) is listed as out for Tuesday's game against the New York Knicks. A former first-round pick back in 2015, Vaughn has averaged just 12.3 minutes per game over parts of three seasons in the league. Zeller boasts a true shooting percentage of 58.7 percent while scoring 10 out of 26 from beyond the three-point arc. As for Thon Maker, there's so much more development needed before the Bucks can trust him full-time. Interestingly, Zeller and Henson were teammates at the University of North Carolina and had a lot of success playing alongside each other.

For the Nets, flipping Zeller for a second-round pick is more than enough to justify the deal. However, if the pick is not conveyed this year then it becomes an unprotected pick in 2020, according to Wojnarowski.

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It was greeted by throngs of protesters, some of whom held large photos of Kim Jong Un with black crosses drawn through them. Hundreds of North Korean officials, athletes, cheerleaders and artistic performers are also expected.

Vaughn was added in the trade to make work financially but that shouldn't be overlooked by what Vaughn could be in the coming years. He did not play in Sunday's game between the Bucks and Nets at the Barclays Center due to a coaching decision. But here's the thing: this probably benefits both teams.

As of Monday night, the Milwaukee Bucks hold the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference with a 29-23 record.

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