The Phoenix Suns have had Jae Crowder on the trade market since before the season began. With less than two weeks to the trade deadline, Phoenix may finally be moving closer to trading Crowder.

The Suns gave the Milwaukee Bucks permission to meet with the veteran forward. The Bucks have been interested in dealing for Crowder for a few months now. Milwaukee is believed to be the only team that Phoenix gave this permission to. The Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat are also known to be interested in acquiring Crowder ahead of the deadline.

Crowder is owed $10.2 million in the final season of his three-year contract with the Suns. The 10-year veteran asked for a trade before the season, when Phoenix made it known that they planned to start Cam Johnson over him this season.

The Bucks are currently offering Jordan Nwora, Serge Ibaka, George Hill and second round picks for Crowder.