Ramon Sessions, a simple answer

There was a long discussion on trying to work a trade Kevin Love, and that is still a great idea if you ask me. What I would love to see is Hammonds get The Ramonster back in MKE.

He would be a great back-up point gaurd and a great accesory to the back-court starring Jennings.

The guy is used to playing second fiddle now, doesn't get as much play as he should. He will average about $4 mil a year for the next three years. That is a better price than what Ridnour was getting as our Back-up PG. He also has experience playing the 2. He and Ridnour ran the set often two years ago.

Sessions can actually take the ball to the cup and score,getting to the line as well. Which are two things the Bucks couldn't do this season. I don't know what it would take to get the young man back on the team, or if he would really want to, but it's worth a try.

The Bucks are become more skilled, but they need to be more marketable. Sessions is a player who was buzz-worthy. Think about those two months last summer when there were headlines with a new suitor for Sessions every-other day. He is an exciting player to watch and brings more toughness in a Bucks-back-court that could use it.

What do you think?

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