The Milwaukee Bucks are in a brutal salary-cap dilemma, there is continual speculation Snell will be traded during the offseason. Snell, who is being paid $10.60 million this season, is owed $11.39M next season and has a player option for $12.17M the following season. According to some NBA officials, the Bucks are desperate to dump Snell’s contract in an attempt to lighten what appears to be their inevitable luxury tax penalty.
His best year, 2016-17 was when Snell averaged 8.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.2 assists, shooting 40.6% from three.
Some team in the NBA could use his shooting, especially a team like the Lakers, their issue, however, is cap space as well. A lot of team would covet a player like Snell, it’s just his value is lower due to his contract and lack of playing time. Both parties are in a tough position. Bucks have A LOT of depth.