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Eric Bledsoe
Eric Bledsoe
Position: G
Born: 12/09/89
Height: 6-1 / 1.85
Weight:195 lbs. / 88.5 kg.
Salary: $15,625,000
However, many NBA players prefer to operate under the assumption that anyone who needs to reach them will eventually figure out how to. Tucker, for example, has six listings for Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe. “I can never remember which one is right,” he said. As a counter, one Western Conference team inserted a rule into its player handbook stating that any player who didn’t notify the team of a number change was subject to a fine.
For an already close Bucks squad, preparing their reigning MVP for fatherhood became another way to bond. Antetokounmpo, Middleton and Bledsoe are the team’s three leaders in points per game. Now the trio is sharing more than the scoring load — they’re also sharing the journey of raising infant children. “I’m experienced with it and Khris is going through it, but I tell him that nothing can teach him how to be a dad with your son that’s about to be on the way,” Bledsoe said. “We’re not going to be there when he’s sick; we’re not going to be there when he’s smiling at you. It’s just something you’ve got to go through with him.”
Two years ago, LaVine ranked 490th in the NBA in defensive real plus-minus. Last season he was No. 472. This year he’s 400 — still far from being a plus contributor on that end of the court, but far closer to league average than he has ever been. That improvement has not gone unnoticed by his opponents. “He’s patient. He’s grown. That’s the biggest thing, he’s patient and he’s confident,” said Eric Bledsoe, an All-Defensive Team selection a year ago. “That’s the biggest thing in this league is being confident, especially when you’re the guy. He’s going to be a helluva player, he is right now, but he’s going to be even better.”

Bucks not moving Eric Bledsoe?

The 39-6 Milwaukee Bucks have the best record in the NBA and have refuted a report that they would be willing to deal guard Eric Bledsoe if offered an enticing return package. “We have no talked to any teams about trading [Bledsoe], since the day that we traded for him,” Bucks general manager Jon Horst told Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck. “And I think it’s evident, pretty strongly, in the fact that we extended Eric, what he means to us. The fact that we currently have the best record in the NBA, had the best record last year in the NBA, he’s an All-NBA First Team defender and a guy that we feel strongly should be an All-Star for the Milwaukee Bucks this year. We have not had those conversations, and we are not going to trade Eric Bledsoe.”