These 3 Teams Should Monitor Offseason Trade For Brook Lopez

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In a few weeks, the Milwaukee Bucks will begin the process of defending their 2021 NBA Championship when the NBA playoffs begin. Milwaukee looks like one of the many contenders in the Eastern Conference.

Currently, there is a heated race for the top spot in the Eastern Conference with the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers competing with the Bucks as the stretch-run plays out.

Milwaukee will have a better chance of continuing their success now that they have Brook Lopez back in the fold. Lopez played in the season opener but was sidelined for multiple months after that with a back ailment. He returned to the lineup on March 14th and has played in seven games since.

In the last two games, Lopez has returned to his old spot as the starting center and began ramping up his minutes. Getting him back in the fold will certainly help the Bucks as they embark on their quest to win another NBA Championship.

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But, knowing how much success they had during the season without him, could the Bucks entertain trading Lopez this offseason? It certainly is a possibility, especially if Milwaukee can upgrade another area of the roster or is looking to save some money.

Where could Brook Lopez end up? Here are three teams that should monitor an offseason trade for Lopez this summer.

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