Buck Hits: Saturday’s Loss, Power Rankings

Not much to say about these Bucks nowadays. Losing is the norm. Our local faithful are the only ones still talking, and what they’re saying isn’t pretty. After a preseason of high hopes, new hopes of a high draft pick are funneling in. Here’s what else is going on in the world of the Milwaukee Bucks.


02/26/11 Bucks v. Bulls

Box Score

Analysis: JSOnlineBrewhoop

Game Notes: As Charles Gardner noted, two teams, 90 miles, worlds apart.

Power Rankings

John Hollinger: 21
Marc Stein: 22
Charles Gardner: 22
NBA.com: 23

The Rest

The Bucks are now fully aware they will not acquire Carmelo Anthony in any free agency scenario.

Brew Hoop has more evidence that this year’s Bucks team has zero chemistry. Between 7 straight DNPs from CDR, to Jennings feeling left out in the offense, it’s clear that there is more to the derailing of the season than just injuries and bad offense.

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  1. Their next ten games are: Detroit, Phoenix, Boston, Washington, Cleveland, Philly, Boston, Atlanta, Orlando, Nets.

    The following should be wins: Pistons, Suns, Wizards, Cavs, and Nets. The others are pretty much a bonus if any are won. If the Bucks can go 6-4 on this stretch, then we’re back in business, at least for the moment. If they go 4-6 or worse, shut Bogut down and prepare for next year.