HoopsHype Jon Brockman rumors
Brockman's initial plan was to stay with the Kings. After the season, he worked out with Kings coaches and participated last month in NBA draft festivities. "It was really just a couple days ago," Brockman said of the trade. "It ... just kind of came out of the blue, and things picked up kind of quick." Sacramento Bee
The Milwaukee Bucks have completed a trade with the Sacramento Kings for forward Jon Brockman in exchange for forward Darnell Jackson and a 2011 second-round pick. The 23-year-old Brockman averaged 2.8 points and 4.1 rebounds in limited minutes as a rookie with the Kings. He appeared in 52 games, including four starts, with Sacramento after being picked in the second round of last year's draft. ESPN.com
The Kings are nearing a deal to send forward Jon Brockman to the Milwaukee Bucks in a sign-and-trade for forward Darnell Jackson and a second- round draft pick, according to team sources. A Kings official who was not authorized to comment on behalf of the team confirmed that the trade was close to being finalized. Sacramento Bee
Brockman update Kings restricted free agent Jon Brockman has received a qualifying offer from the Kings, meaning the team can match any offer made to their second-round pick. Brockman has spent much of the offseason in Sacramento. He has worked out with Kings coaches and teammates at the Kings' practice facility. He even took part in the Kings' Draft Party on June 24. Petrie said he had been in contact with Brockman's agent, Bob Myers, about Brockman and other players represented by his agency, the Wasserman Group. Sacramento Bee
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