I don't see why the Clippers wouldn't consider it. Zaza Pachulia just had one of his best statistical seasons ever; he was the 15th best RPM (real plus/minus) player in the whole NBA by finishing at 4.81 and the 2nd best Center (only behind D.Cousins). He also finished the season with a PER (player efficiency statistic) of 15.7. This truth speaks volumes about how well he's fit in with Jason Kidd's system as his strengths are his leadership on and off the court to the younger players, plus his underrated intelligence, and his endless reserves of toughness and energy. Not-to-mention, he's a pretty impressive facilitator for a center. His weaknesses are pretty obvious though which is why I think at his age he's an ideal trade candidate for the Bucks and the perfect target in my opinion is Spencer Hawes.
Hawes had arguably his worst statistical season since entering the NBA which in my opinion will make him quite expendable to the Clippers as they couldn't quite figure out how to use him in their team's system. As a team that's proved they're likely on the cusp of reaching a Finals sooner rather than later they may be quite intrigued by the prospect of adding a player like Zaza to bolster and back-up their frontcourt depth; especially, considering how ineffective Spencer Hawes was in that role. Not to mention, Zaza's contract expires 2 years sooner than Hawes which will grant the Clippers financial flexibility that they wouldn't have with Hawes after next season. The reason I'd like to see the Bucks add Spencer Hawes is because he's younger, he can space the floor with a fairly reliable jumper that can go out to the 3-point line (a huge addition to this particular team), he can protect the rim (another key addition), he's a capable rebounder, and he's quite the facilitator himself which could prove ideal as being a component of replacing Zaza on this team. Not-to-mention, he's a player who's team driven (not a diva by any means) and will likely be able to provide good leadership to the younger players on the team like Zaza did.
I mention RFA Kyle O'Quinn and RFA Bismack Biyombo because they have shown glimpses and flashes of great upside potential when given extended court time; plus, they're quite young (KOQ is 25 while BB is only 22) and both have real size and growing girth which John Henson doesn't have much of. That size and girth means they have the capability to help fill Zaza's shoes as the interior big guy banger, but they're also top notch rim protectors like John Henson. Just have to hope their basketball IQ can allow them to be bigger contributors sooner rather than later given the guy they'd be replacing. Could you imagine the length of this team with one of them or S.Hawes as your starting center with John Henson able to come off the bench to be that energy guy who's a big time rim protector too. S.Hawes' ability to facilitate and space the floor with his shot can allow him to shift to PF in replacement of J.Parker and in-turn increasing the team's length, size, and ability to protect the rim when he's pair with either Henson or one of those two guys at Center and Giannis at SF. Lastly, I'm not sure how capable, nor willing, the Magic would be to match a respectable offer to Kyle O'Quinn and I do know that the Hornet's are facing real financial issues and probably wouldn't be able to match Bismack Biyombo were the Bucks to make him an offer; if neither player is obtained then UFA Ed Davis would be another guy to seriously consider if the Bucks don't draft a frontcourt player who can contribute next season in the draft.
I'm not sure who will be available at our selection, but I'm guessing there's a good chance that Kaminsky or Turner won't be available; however, that doesn't mean I wouldn't want the team to select them if they fell to them and they were what they perceived as the best available player. I do understand that adding another shooter to come off the bench is important which is why if they're not there (nor Sam Dekker) I hope their attention goes to shooters with some size like Devin Booker or RJ Hunter (who may or may not still be available), but overall I just hope that whoever they're selecting ends up being best available player (BPA) based on their upside potential verses supposed fit.
If we don't draft an outside shooter in the draft I wouldn't mind seeing the Bucks make an offer to RFA Will Barton, but I think the Nuggets would match what we'd be willing to throw his way. Otherwise, some other considerations who are older would be UFA Gerald Green who's kind of fallen out of favor in Phoenix and has the ideal length as well as athleticism the team would be looking for or UFA Marco Belinelli who's basically a pure 3-point specialist. If they were to focus more so on a combo guard who could fill-in behind MCW and maybe in front of Jerryd Bayless perhaps UFA Jeremy Lin would be someone to consider, but I have a feeling they're not that much interest in him for whatever reason. There's also the possibility that the Bucks could try to resign PG Kendall Marshall if his ACL will be recovered by the start of the season.