John Hammond has some explaining to do. The Bucks have now lost 7 of their last 8 and team morale seems to be as low as the teams shooting percentage. Is there a backup plan? Should we shut down Bogut and focus on next season, and give our young players a chance to develop? One thing is clear, the Bucks as constructed aren’t working very well. What can we do about it? We’ll see if we do anything about it in the next 10 days.


02/11/11 Bucks @ Grizzlies

Box Score

Analysis: JSOnlineBrewhoop

02/12/11 Bucks v. Pacers

Box Score

Analysis: JSOnlineBrewhoop

Game Notes: Maggette hurt his back in this one, given the day-to-day tag. Bucks shot 8-26 in the fourth quarter, bad enough to earn them the L.

Power Rankings

In the midst of all this losing, the Bucks still stand at Hollinger’s power ranking system at 19th. Right in between the Hawks and the Jazz. Seriously, check for yourself.

The positivity train for Marc Stein at is finally derailing, as he drops the Bucks to 23rd best in the NBA.

The Bucks remain 24th in the league at

Charles Gardner isn’t sugar coating it, either, and has the Bucks at 24th.

The Rest

Rob Mahoney at the New York Times took a look at the Bucks season thusfar. Mahoney said it well when he noted that many were concerned about the length of the deals given out this past offseason, but were worried for following seasons, not this one.

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