The Milwaukee Bucks gave Larry Sanders a four-year, $44 million extension making him the face of the franchise. Sanders repaid the organization by getting into lockerroom altercations, breaking his thumb in a bar fight, and finishing the year with a face injury.
The Journal Times is reporting that Sanders is “expected” to enter rehab this summer, which for the Bucks means he has become “untradeable.”
Contrary to a report, the market for Sanders is virtually non-existent as he not only has been plagued by off-court issues — he is expected to enter a rehab facility this summer — but will be entering the first of a four-year, $44 million contract next season.
Sanders has admitted marijuana issues, and hopefully gets the help he needs.