Share Jason Kidd will be the next head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks. According to ESPN, then reported by multiple other outlets, the Bucks have agreed to send two second round picks to the Brooklyn Nets for Kidd. Kidd will sign a new multi-year deal with the Bucks to serve only as the head coach, [...]
Author Archive: Jeremy Schmidt
Jeremy Schmidt writes the Milwaukee Bucks blog Bucksketball. He founded it in January of 2009 because he hated his job. It’s like basketball, but with Bucks instead of basket. I know ... I’m sorry.
He might come off as a bit negative, but I'm really not so bad. He just wants the Bucks to succeed, so he points out areas where they are coming up short. Someone has got to do it and he's ornery and opinionated enough to take on that task. He isn't sure if this should be in third person or not.
Contact him at Jeremy@Bucksketball.com if you must use e-mail.
ShareSOUUURRRRCCEEEEESSS!! The Jason Kidd story has taken another turn. Now it appears the Milwaukee Bucks only desired him as head coach all along and never had any aspirations to make him the team’s president. They first met with Kidd the day after the NBA Draft in New York and have quietly been working on a [...]
ShareIf Johnny O’Bryant was a relative mystery to Milwaukee Bucks fans on draft night as a three-year college player from one of the nation’s most prominent college conferences, then the selection of Damien Inglis may as well have been the Bucks making up a name and running with it. To those not in the know, [...]
ShareThe unfamiliarity seemed to be what had the Milwaukee Bucks three (two of them kept) second round picks landing with a bit of a thud in the minds of many Bucks fans on draft night. But simply because we’re not that familiar with a player, does not mean that player is not worthwhile. And after [...]
The Bucks wanted Jabari Parker. Jabari Parker wanted the Bucks. Now they want to do great things together.
ShareThe second floor of the Milwaukee Public Market had reached its maximum public capacity. There was a man at the steps leading to its second level that informed me they wouldn’t allow anyone else up unless I was in the media or with the Milwaukee Bucks. I got lucky. It wasn’t quite 11:00 AM, when [...]
Share8. Marcus Haislip I get no indication that Haislip is all that thrilled about being drafted, much less being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks. Cheer up, Marcus! You’ve just lived out what was surely a dream for you. Yes, you have to live in Milwaukee, but this was when the Bucks were a releavant team. [...]
ShareI rested my head on the bar. How much longer was this going to go on? I’d arrived for the draft party at Upper 90 right around 5:30. I live a short distance and the weather, while unusually cool for late June, was nice. Optimism was on my mind as I made my way down [...]
ShareWes Edens and Marc Lasry officially closed on their new team on May 15th. It’s been a whirlwind tour/really big party since then. They’ve gotten to know Milwaukee and Milwaukee’s gotten to know them a bit. Tonight is the first actually big AND important night for them as owners in the basketball transaction sense. A [...]
Share Wants. Predictions. More predictions. The Bucksketball staff was polled on a variety of questions relating to this year’s draft. Who did they want to see in Milwaukee? What did they think the Bucks would do with all those second round picks? Will John Hammond make a trade? Here are our thoughts. 1. What do you WANT [...]