Whether Meeks will be able to unglue himself from the bench remains to be seen. If he’s not, all is not lost. Redd spent all but 35 minutes of his first season nailed to the pine, but spent a lot of time with Ray Allen learning what it took to be a pro. Whether the strong shooting guard tradition continues is up to Jodie Meeks now.
Archive for September, 2009
Share We are slooowly closing in on the opening of training camp on September 29. At this point news has slowed to a trickle, but there have been a few snippets of news of late. Most notably, the Bucks have begun rounding out their training camp roster. JSOnline reports Dominic James has been added to [...]
I’ve never lost anyone close to me, so this is as big of a loss as I’ve ever suffered. Looking for words to describe his loss leaves me lost. I know Sessions isn’t a superstar or a player who’s necessarily crucial to the franchise’s long term stability, but he fits so well with the Bucks new plan, it only made sense to do everything possible to bring him back.
Retiring a player’s number is a special event that is supposed to be reserved for special players in a team’s history. If a ten-year-old kid looks up at the Bucks rafters this season he’s going to see Bob Lanier’s name and number up there with Oscar Robertson and Kareem. He’s going to think Lanier played as important a role for the Bucks as The Big O and Kareem. He’s going to be wrong.
ShareTime Warner Cable and I have had our ups and downs, but for the most part it’s a relationship that I’m compelled to keep alive. I’d say we’re pretty serious and have long been on the verge of committing ’til death do us part style, but I just can’t give up my freedom until they [...]
ShareThe Milwaukee Bucks are officially on the clock. After what has seemed like an eternity, but in actuality was only a few months, Ramon Sessions has signed an offer sheet with the Minnesota Timberwolves for four years and $16 million. As we all know very well by now, Sessions is a restricted free agent, which [...]
I’d like nothing more than kicking back on March 14 after a long night and watching the Bucks take on the Pacers from the comfort of my own home, but I won’t have that opportunity. Instead, I’ll have to trudge out in the subzero March weather to see two teams that will likely not be playing for much.
ShareSunday I took in a Brewer game at Miller Park. Jeff Suppan appropriately turned in one of his rare stellar performances and Casey McGahee provided some fireworks with a home run. There were enough exciting plays to keep fans interested and chanting loudly. But there was one recurring moment that seemed to stand out with [...]