HoopsHype Beno Udrih + Trade rumors

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League sources say the 31-year-old veteran communicated his wishes to the Knicks in recent days and the team will try to honor the request. Udrih signed with the Knicks over the summer for the veteran's minimum at $1.27 million. At the time, Udrih hoped to be a part of the Knicks' three point guard rotation along with Raymond Felton and Pablo Prigioni. ESPN.com

March 2, 2013 Updates

Sources say Milwaukee, however, was not willing to put Ellis or Ilyasova into the deal. Which left the Hawks with two choices: Trade Smith to Milwaukee for a package featuring Beno Udrih's expiring contract paired with forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute … or keep Smith beyond the deadline and risk seeing him walk away from Atlanta in the summertime without compensation. ESPN.com

February 25, 2013 Updates

Some NBA players dread the idea of being traded. It’s an abrupt and somewhat unexpected process that requires you to uproot your life and your family. It often happens mid-stream. Being traded is an unsettling process. For Magic guard Beno Udrih, his trade deadline deal from Milwaukee to Orlando couldn’t have been more welcomed. Udrih had wanted out of Milwaukee from almost the day he arrived. He clashed with former Bucks head coach Scott Skiles. He rarely played and the fit with the Bucks was forced to say the least. Udrih was viewed as a throw-in in the Magic’s trade with Milwaukee. However, the 30-year Udrih doesn’t view Orlando as a pit stop, rather he hopes he can carve out a role with the Magic. Udrih has a history with Magic head coach Jacque Vaughn, who he played with in San Antonio, and with Magic General Manager Rob Hennigan, who played a role in his drafting by the Spurs, something he says makes this change easier. HoopsWorld

February 21, 2013 Updates

Source: Atlanta Hawks blow up deal at last minute that would've sent Josh Smith to Milwaukee. Hawks would've re-ceived Ekpe Udoh, Luc Mbah-Moute, Beno Udrih and a protected No. 1 pick. Can't imagine the Bucks are happy having invested so much time in trying to make it happen. Leaves big question now if Hawks can do better this summer. Sulia

With the prospect of losing guard J.J. Redick to free agency this summer the Orlando Magic traded him to the Milwaukee Bucks, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. The Bucks sent the Magic Doron Lamb, Tobias Harris and Beno Udrih for Redick. Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith were sent to Milwaukee as part of deal for Redick. Yahoo! Sports

Sam Amick: Been told Brooklyn is not currently progressing with anything. Mavs waiting on Bucks/J-Smith situation to try to try & land Beno Udrih. Twitter @sam_amick

February 6, 2013 Updates

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