Media day is coming … we want your help

Tomorrow is the Milwaukee Bucks annual media day. Along with many other area media members, Bucksketball will be on hand asking questions of players, coaches and front office personnel.

That’s where you come in.

After all, this site, and all media sites really, are for the fans. You’re the reason we keep these things going. With that in mind, we want to hear from you. Respond to this post and let us know what you’d like to hear about, what questions you would ask of the Milwaukee Bucks brass.

New acquisitions, Bucks veterans, rookies, it doesn’t matter. Let us know what you want to know, and we’ll do our best to get your questions, the serious ones of them, to the masses.

And if you think of one later in the day while you’re not by a computer to get a post in, shoot a tweet to me with your question. Toss the hashtag #bucksqs on there so I can sort them with ease.

Thanks, and let the comments begin.

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11 Comments

  1. What will the opening day starting line-up look like? How much weight Gooden lost/Jennings gained? How’s Boguts Elbow doing. Will we finally see what Darington Hobson can do? When will we drop Brockman’s waste of a roster spot?

  2. Is S-Jax going to be a primary ball-handler as he was in Charlotte or will he play off the ball? Has Andrew recovered/can he become an offensive weapon again? We have a serious log jam on the wings, is there another big man on the horizon?

  3. How seriously should Bucks fans be concerned about relocation if a plan for a new stadium is not constructed within the next 5 or so years?

  4. For the players, what were their primary are of focus on their games this summer. Which aspects of their game showed most improvement?

    To Skiles, with the changes in personnel and the struggles the Bucks had last year, does he plan to make changes to the offense during the shortened camp? How will condensed schedule affect the way Skiles manages the rotation? Who will get the majority of the backup shooting guard and center minutes?

    Thanks

  5. Why not pursue Ronny Turiaf? The Knicks are practically begging teams to take him. He is similar to Brockman in his hustle play and rebounding except he has the size to actually be effective on defense. Seems like a solid play.

  6. 5 Questions/Topics

    1. Amnesty

    2. Larry Sanders development

    3. Point Guard rotation

    4. What players think of the Hornets trade fiasco.

    5. What Bucks execs think of the Hornets trade fiasco.

  7. @Troy A question for Leuer:

    How was the competitive level of basketball in Germany compared to the Big 10? Who was the best player he faced in Germany?

  8. A question for Leuer:

    How was the competitive level of basketball in Germany compared to the Big 10? Who was the best player he faced in Germany?

  9. Now that you signed Mike Dunleavy & traded away Keyon, are the Bucks still looking into back-up centers? Any thoughts on who’s out there in free agency who we could afford?

  10. Since the Bucks are already a half-court based team will the compacted schedule play into their hands since most games will be slower due to general weariness?