Gary Neal hadn’t been getting the PT that he would’ve liked in Milwaukee. Perhaps, the Bucks didn’t get the player they thought they were getting in Neal. Nevertheless, a trade seemed like the likely settled outcome for both sides.
According to Ken Berger of CBS (first reported) and confirmed by Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, the Milwaukee Bucks and Gary Neal have finally found their settlement. It comes in a way of a trade to the Charlotte Bobcats.
The Bucks will send Neal and Luke Ridnour to the Bobcats in exchange for Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien.
Neal was averaging 10 points per game in 20 minutes per game, while shooting 36 percent from three-point range this season with the Bucks.
It appeared that the Oklahoma City Thunder were also interested in trading for the 29-year-old guard, but were never serious enough to pull-off the deal.