The Heat, who were considered among the favorites to land Lillard, saw their title odds rise from 6-1 to 25-1 Wednesday at Caesars Sportsbook.

Sherman adjusted Milwaukee's season win total from 52.5 to 55.5 and moved the point spread on the Bucks' Christmas Day game against the New York Knicks from Milwaukee -3 to -4.5.

"No liability [on the Bucks], not that much interest and we didn't get hit on anything today as the news broke," Sherman said.

Lillard's 32.2 points per game is the most by a player to change teams the following season, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

The trade continues the Bucks’ dramatic offseason makeover in response to their surprising first-round playoff loss to Miami.

He has been great. The Blazers have not. And evidently, he didn’t see that changing anytime soon.

Social media, predictably, blew up after the trade was reported. But now, it’s time to pick up the pieces and see how this move impacts everyone across the NBA.

The Bucks are now one of four teams to have multiple players from the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team on the roster — Lakers, Warriors and Clippers are the others.