Bucks center Larry Sanders was a breakout star two years ago. He became a dominant defender, was shown to be an intelligent, thoughtful guy, and looked like a franchise center for the Bucks. Milwaukee rewarded him with a four-year, $44 million extension, despite the fact that he had locker room altercations with teammates.

Then last year, everything fell apart. He broke his thumb in a bar fight. His year was ended after a face injury. And then he was suspended five games for violation of the league's anti-drug policy.

Now comes word from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that Sanders is "expected" to enter rehab this summer. And for the Bucks, he has become "untradeable."