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It looks like the Milwaukee Bucks could be ready for a major shakeup before Thursday’s trade deadline.

The team is reportedly open to move injured center Andrew Bogut if another team also takes Stephen Jackson.  Now comes word from Sam Amick of SI.com that Brandon Jennings is available “for the right price”.

Jennings seemingly ticked off the Bucks’ brass last month when he told ESPN that he would entertain leaving Milwaukee when he becomes a free agent.  That is still a few years off with Jennings able to become a restricted free agent in 2013 and then a free agent in 2014 if he signed a qualifying offer with the Bucks.

Anyone interested in the young point guard will likely have to take on a pricey contract – aka Stephen Jackson – if they have any hopes of getting him.  It seems doubtful that any team wants to do that and give the Bucks back a young asset and draft picks.