Bucks Trade Jerome Jordan to Knickerbockers


The Milwaukee Bucks have traded the draft rights to 2010 second round draft pick (44th overall) Jerome Jordan (7-1, 253) to the New York Knickerbockers for cash considerations, General Manager John Hammond announced today.

As a senior, Jordan averaged 15.4 points and 9.4 rebounds in 35 games for the University of Tulsa and was named to the Second Team All-Conference USA. He was selected to the Conference USA All-Defensive Team as a sophomore, junior and senior.

Milwaukee selected forward Larry Sanders (6-11, 235) with the 15th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft and added guard Darington Hobson (6-7, 210) and forward Tiny Gallon (6-9, 290) with the 37th and 47th overall picks, respectively, in the second round.

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