NBA trade rumors: Bucks turned down package for Ersan Ilyasova

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The Milwaukee Bucks have been involved in all sorts of rumors this trade season.

The Milwaukee Bucks rejected an offer for Ersan Ilyasova from the Brooklyn Nets for Kris Humphries and MarShon Brooks, per Marc Stein of ESPN. Stein tweeted out the following:

Ilyasova signed a five-year, $45 million deal with the Bucks after averaging 13 points on 49 percent shooting and 8.8 rebounds last season. So far this year, his numbers have declined a bit. Ilyasova is averaging just 11.4 points on 45 percent shooting to go along with 6.2 rebounds.

Humphries signed a two-year, $24 million deal with the Nets in the offseason, but has fallen out of favor in Brooklyn and is losing minutes to Reggie Evans. His minutes are down from 34 per game last season to just over 19 minutes a night. Humphries is averaging six points and 6.2 rebounds on the season. Brooks has also seen a diminished role with the team with the addition of Joe Johnson. He's averaging just 11 minutes and five points per game.

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