Category: Buck Hits
Today’s Buck Hits largely revolve around reaction to last night’s game against Los Angeles.
Jeremy, your fearless Bucksketball leader, has spot eight in today’s Daily Dime at ESPN. Jeremy eloquently states the downfall of last night’s loss, “A shootout appeared in the making and that’s not Bucks basketball.” And in case you missed it, Jeremy broke down last night’s loss.
Alex Boeder at Brew Hoop recapped last night’s game, and managed to make a loss feel worse. Alex quoted Skiles pregame when asking about Carlos Delfino’s condition, “He is not in the building… Every day that goes by, it will probably take him a little longer to get back. He hasn’t been on the floor. He hasn’t done anything. So we are just waiting until he is. It could be tomorrow morning. It could be at any time.”
Jake McCormick takes his shots at the Bucks’ defense in his Bucks/Lakers recap at the Sports Bank.
ESPN LA glows over Kobe and his player/coach mentality that wins the Lakers games, highlighting last night’s victory over the Bucks.
Journal Sentinel Bucks Coverage: Tom Enlunds post-game roundup, Michael Hunt’s opinion on last night’s game, Bob Wolfey reporting on the Bucks catching the Lakers off-guard with an up-tempo game, Charles Gardner highlight’s Shannon Brown’s monster game on his blog.
Jeremy continues his national exposure with an audio contribution to Voice on the Floor. Jeremy experienced first hand the wrath of Scott Skiles. My favorite part: likening Skiles to Medusa.
Bucks.com Gameday video has a bunch of player/coach reactions following last night’s loss to the Lakers.
ESPN featured the Bucks using old news for the second time this week. Matt Lindner on ESPN’s Page 2 writes about Luc Mbah a Moute’s princehood in Cameroon.
For reasons unknown, Nike has decided that Michael Redd can still sell shoes. M. Redd now has his own signature Hyperdunk 2010.
Interested in knowing more about Bucks announcer Jim Paschke? Read an interview between OnMilwaukee.com and Paschke.
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