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Buck Hits: Unintentionally Abridged

| July 18, 2011

Category: Buck Hits

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The NBA news drought continues. The Bucks made some headlines last week, receiving some unrequested spotlight with the departure of Assistant Coach Kelvin Sampson. The rest can be summed up in a few sentences. In an interview with Tom Enlund of JSOnline, Brandon Jennings attempts to encourage fans by stating “I haven’t worked this hard since I was 18″, in response to his offseason workouts. Jennings also continues to light it up, dropping 51 at a Goodman League game. Frank at Brew Hoop analyzes the differences between John Salmons and Stephen Jackson. Lastly, the always funny fake newspaper The Onion includes the Bucks in some Yao Ming satire.

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Brian is a graphic designer from Milwaukee. He enjoys the Bucks and wishes they would win more frequently.

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  1. Bizzucks says:

    Yeah, caught that Onion story, not their best work but good nonetheless.

  2. Mike Levkowitz at Not Your Father’s Water Cooler examines what moves the Bucks should make once the dreaded lockout is over…
    Bucks GM Dr. – http://nyfwc.com/?p=755