HoopsHype Luc Richard Mbah a Moute rumors

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The Sacramento Kings announced today the acquisition of forward Luc Mbah a Moute (BAH-ah MOO-tay) from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for two future second-round picks, according to Kings General Manager Pete D’Alessandro. “Luc is one of the premier defenders in the game today, with a proven ability to guard a variety of different scoring threats on a nightly basis,” said D’Alessandro. “His versatility in this respect will go a long way in helping us improve dramatically on the defensive end of the floor. We’re excited to welcome Luc to the Kings family.” NBA.com

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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

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Bucks coach Scott Skiles said he is not sure when forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute will return to the lineup. Mbah a Moute has been working out with his teammates but has yet to go through a full practice. But the Bucks have little practice time at the moment due to a heavy schedule which has them playing Friday and Saturday, then Monday, Wednesday and Friday next week. "I suppose it's possible he says any day, 'I'm ready to go,'" Skiles said. "I don't have any definitive information about tomorrow, though." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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The chances of Luc Mbah a Moute being ready for the Milwaukee Bucks’ regular-season opener are becoming increasingly remote. Mbah a Moute, unequivocally the team’s best and most versatile defender, has yet to practice with the team after undergoing offseason knee surgery. The Bucks’ regular-season opener is Nov. 2 against the Celtics in Boston. “I’m coming along; I’m feeling pretty good, feeling better every day,” Mbah a Moute said. “ I feel like I’m making a lot of progress, so I’m excited. Racine Journal-Times

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