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NOTE FROM THE UNDERGROUND
Kelli Anderson
November 10, 1997
Before the Bucks completed their trade with the Cavaliers and the Sonics that brought point guard Terrell Brandon to Milwaukee, they had been considering getting a point guard—possibly the Warriors' B.J. Armstrong—by trading forward Armon Gilliam (right), who had clashed with coach Chris Ford and was seen as a negative presence. But Gilliam arrived in camp with a new attitude. He's happy, and so are the Bucks. All talk of trading him has ceased.
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November 10, 1997

Note From The Underground

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Before the Bucks completed their trade with the Cavaliers and the Sonics that brought point guard Terrell Brandon to Milwaukee, they had been considering getting a point guard—possibly the Warriors' B.J. Armstrong—by trading forward Armon Gilliam (right), who had clashed with coach Chris Ford and was seen as a negative presence. But Gilliam arrived in camp with a new attitude. He's happy, and so are the Bucks. All talk of trading him has ceased.

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