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John Salmons and the Milwaukee Bucks - a possible future?


Ever since Michael Redd went down with injury back in January, the Bucks have been playing well.  With the acquisition of John Salmons from your very own Chicago Bulls, the Bucks are one of the hottest teams in the Eastern Conference.  Salmons has lead the team in scoring in most of their games since the trade.  With Bogut healthy and Jennings being more of a distributor, the Bucks seem to have found themselves.  They've certainly found their way into the 5th seed in the East.  However, they are gearing up for the 2011 FA class.

With all of this in mind, would the Bucks be willing to sign an extension with Fish?  He is proving as valuable to the Bucks as he was to us at this point last year, and he seems to have made the injury-prone Michael Redd dispensable.  With credit to sdsowlsa on this Bucks fanpost (http://www.brewhoop.com/2010/3/8/1362612/its-march-and-the-bucks-are-still) the Bucks record with Redd: 6 – 12. Their record without Redd: 27 – 17.  Obviously, not having Redd playing has helped Milwaukee.  Salmons has gotten them off to a hot 10-1 start since the All-Star break.

What do you think the Bucks should do with Fish? 

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