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Future Shock

Asset accumulation. Future flexibility. Forward-thinking. Major cap space. All of these words (and many more) have been used in the last week to describe the Bucks’ move at the trade deadline to swap Brandon Knight for Michael Carter-Williams, Miles Plumlee and Tyler Ennis. These phrases have quite rarely, if ever, …

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Arts & Culture

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