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Joel Embiid – Breakdown of the draft’s highest ceiling

Joel Embiid – Breakdown of the draft’s highest ceiling

Share When Joel Embiid arrived in Kansas last summer to play for Bill Self and the Jayhawks, he had only played organized basketball for two years and was expected to be several years away from making the jump to the pro level. Less than a year later, Embiid sits in the top-3 of nearly every [...]

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A Canuck as the Next Buck? Andrew Wiggins and his Draft Stock

A Canuck as the Next Buck? Andrew Wiggins and his Draft Stock

ShareThis marks the 4th installment of our 6- part draft preview series. This week we’re looking at Toronto native Andrew Wiggins. Wiggins graced the cover of Sports Illustrated before he ever played a game of college basketball. This week we’ll look at whether his season has matched the massive hype and how he’ll fair at [...]

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The mysterious unknown: Australian Dante Exum

The mysterious unknown: Australian Dante Exum

ShareThis week Bucks Fans we scoured the game tapes and scouting reports to give you a breakdown of this draft’s ultimate mystery man, Dante Exum. Intrigue is a beautiful thing. As sports fans we salivate over guys like Giannis who, while unseasoned, offer glimpses of potential greatness on a nightly basis. Exum is projected as [...]

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Do the Bucks need another power forward? Julius Randle might be the answer.

Do the Bucks need another power forward? Julius Randle might be the answer.

ShareHello Bucks fans! Thanks for the great reception last week and great responses to the article on Marcus Smart! This week we’re taking a look at Kentucky big man, Julius Randle. While he has validated his reputation as a monster on the glass and shown a crafty repertoire of moves at the basket, his stock [...]

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Is Marcus Smart Milwaukee’s next point guard?

Is Marcus Smart Milwaukee’s next point guard?

| February 25, 2014 | 36 Replies

ShareThe Bucks are bad this season. A different kind of bad. The kind of bad that’s turned the average NBA fan in Milwaukee into a remote control savant on Saturday afternoons, keeping tabs on four or five college teams with potential high lottery picks. It’s been a while since this has happened, but damned if [...]

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