Gery Woelfel, who covers the Bucks for The Journal Times, tweeted that John Hammond and Donnie Walsh spoke on Wednesday.
Woelfel believes that the subject of their conversation was the possibility of the two clubs completing a sign-and-trade deal.
I reported yesterday that Sessions was most certainly still in the team's plans, despite reports to the contrary, and that the idea, I was told, was to wait to see what the Bucks' move would be come August 1st and whether they had their sites on signing a free agent in the wake of letting Bruce Bowen walk.
Clearly, a sign and trade is a possibility here, especially if Walsh is convinced that the Bucks would match an offer sheet.
I've thought that the Tinsley situation was a smokescreen, who knows, maybe the bond with Walsh is that tight and like Frank says, he is a cheap option. But again, where on earth does that leave Nate? You'd have to think that he's part of the sign and trade discussions, because adding another guard to the roster would leave too big of a glut.I've thought that during each and every rumor of the team adding a guard.