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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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Buck Hits: Dooling goes Turkish, FIBA rosters taking shape

Buck Hits: Dooling goes Turkish, FIBA rosters taking shape

| August 1, 2011 | 4 Replies

Share The NBA is in a weird spot. General managers are watching as their teams’ rosters are taking shape without them. Players are relocating thousands of miles away to earn money while they still can. All while progress to eliminate the self inflicted stalemate remains null. Enter today’s Buck Hits. Another week goes by and [...]

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Buck Hits: Euro-Everything

Buck Hits: Euro-Everything

| July 27, 2011 | 1 Reply

Share As of late,there has been less and less talk about the actual NBA lockout. Rather, more and more you hear where players are going because of the lockout. This issue of Buck Hits is no exception to this trend. A poorly edited yet in-depth interview with Andrew Bogut is available at HoopsHype. Bogut discusses [...]

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Buck Hits: Unintentionally Abridged

Buck Hits: Unintentionally Abridged

| July 18, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareThe 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 [...]

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Buck Hits: Jennings scores 81, Dooling out, Landry in?

Buck Hits: Jennings scores 81, Dooling out, Landry in?

| July 11, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareRight now, we should be covering Summer League and whether or not Larry Sanders is ready to take that Rookie/Sophomore leap. Instead, the lockout has relegated us to here-say and speculation. Enter this week’s Buck Hits. Charles Gardner writes about Keyon Dooling’s busy offseason as Vice President of the National Basketball Player’s Association. More interesting though is Keyon’s “writing’s [...]

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Buck Hits: New Look Bucks, Kohl’s loans

Buck Hits: New Look Bucks, Kohl’s loans

| June 27, 2011 | Reply

ShareThe dust has settled following draft week, and the Bucks’ roster is looking rather different these days.What does the world make of the latest Hammond Shake-up? Enter Buck Hits. There is no shortage of reviews and reactions when it comes to the Bucks’ draft day moves. We’re Bucked has a roundup of national reaction to the [...]

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Buck Hits: RUMORS!

Buck Hits: RUMORS!

| June 22, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareDraft day eve brings two major waves throughout the blogosphere. Mock drafts and trade rumors. For what has been called a weak draft, 2011 is not disappointing in the “size of the wave”. And while we’re not talking about Josh Smith/Dwight Howard tag teams, there has been significant scuttlebutt surrounding the Bucks, a team that [...]

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Buck Hits: All About Burks, Jennings Rumor

Buck Hits: All About Burks, Jennings Rumor

| June 6, 2011 | Reply

Share No insightful intro today, just a few Buck Hits. In an interesting amount of local coverage, considering the offseason, JSOnline.com features two recent Op-Eds regarding the Milwaukee Bucks. One is Michael Hunt’s argument for drafting Alec Burks. Even more interesting is the fact that Burks sat out his scheduled workout with the Bobcats due [...]

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Buck Hits: Draft Workouts, More Arena Talk

Buck Hits: Draft Workouts, More Arena Talk

| June 1, 2011 | Reply

Share While 2 NBA teams duke it out for a shiny trophy, the other 28 are forced to look to the future. Enter today’s Buck Hits. Jeremy already covered the workouts the Bucks are holding today. For a few more tidbits on each player, head over to Bucks.com for their draft workout summary (includes headshots!). [...]

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Buck Hits: Arena and Draft Chatter

Buck Hits: Arena and Draft Chatter

| May 23, 2011 | Reply

Share Arena update: Scott Walker isn’t interested (surprise!) in extending the stadium tax for a new Bradley Center. Milwaukee, at least according to the latest JSOnline poll, isn’t either. This isn’t necessarily surprising given Milwaukee’s noted pessimism regarding the Bucks. Take a look at the last two polls ran by the Journal Sentinel. Jake McCormick [...]

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