The Suns have enjoyed a quick turnaround following the firing of former head coach Earl Watson and dismissal of Eric Bledsoe, winning three of their last four games under interim coach Jay Triano after starting the season 0-3. But that question of when the Suns will trade Bledsoe still lingers.

Multiple teams expressed immediate interest in dealing for Bledsoe once he was placed on the trade block, including the Bucks, Knicks and Nuggets. During a "SportsCenter: AM" appearance on Wednesday, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Milwaukee in particular wants to add Bledsoe to the roster in an effort to make a deep playoff run, but there are potential hurdles in any deal.

"[Milwaukee] would love to bring Eric Bledsoe into group that — they'd like to not only get in the playoffs, but advance this year," Wojnarowski said. "Point guard, for them, is an emphasis of need. But Milwaukee doesn't want to give up in a deal Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon, Thon Maker, another second-year player, Jabari Parker, who will come back from injury this year midseason. They want to get off John Henson, Mirza Teletovic, some of their bigger contracts that they've been trying to move for months.