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Jared Dudley lasted all of one season with the Los Angeles Clippers, but now he is being shipped off to the Milwaukee Bucks, along with a 2017 protected first round pick.
In exchange, the Clippers will get small forward Carlos Delfino, center Miroslav Raduljica and a 2015 second round pick, according to ESPN.
L.A. had been shopping Dudley this summer as the team looked to pick up a big or swing man. Seems like they lucked into both in the Bucks trade.
Delfino missed all of last season after suffering a right foot injury during the 2013 playoffs with the Houston Rockets, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports, and Raduljica has been with the Bucks for one season.
He has one more year left on his contract and is currently preparing to play in the FIBA World Cup for Serbia.
Dudley came to the Clippers through a trade, with J.J. Redick, that sent Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler to the Phoenix Suns. Redick was fairly productive for the Clippers, but Dudley provided little offensive spark and actually shot the worst he ever has during the 2013-14 season.