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Who’s ready for some more late night basketball? Bucks – Warriors Preview

Who’s ready for some more late night basketball? Bucks – Warriors Preview

| March 20, 2014 | 1 Reply

Share What to Watch For: Bucks As they continue on their last West Coast swing of the season, team defense has emerged as the chief problem for the Bucks nearing the end of the season. The team’s offensive rating has increased every month of the season except for one, reaching 108.1 points per 100 possessions [...]

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A trip starts in Portlandia: Bucks – Blazers Preview

A trip starts in Portlandia: Bucks – Blazers Preview

| March 18, 2014 | Reply

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks The Bucks start a four-game West Coast trip tonight in Portland, after which they will get a fairly long stay in the Bay Area. Perhaps the warm weather trip will do the Bucks some good. Charles F. Gardner tweeted today that Larry Drew said that Ersan Ilyasova will not play [...]

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Breakfast at Anthony’s: Bucks — Knicks Preview

Breakfast at Anthony’s: Bucks — Knicks Preview

| March 14, 2014 | Reply

ShareWith the college basketball’s Big East Tournament Final slated to take place in Madison Square Garden Saturday night, the Bucks and Knicks are relegated to a 11:00 CT matinee. You can get to McDonald’s before the breakfast menu ends, scurry home, and watch the tipoff of the Bucks game before the eggs even get cold. [...]

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All these homecomings: Bucks – Hawks Preview

All these homecomings: Bucks – Hawks Preview

| March 13, 2014 | 3 Replies

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks Some players are simply beloved in a certain city, no matter where they played before or have played since. Zaza Pachulia is one such player. Atlanta still loves him. It’s probably a good thing for them, then, that he’s worked his way into the Bucks’ starting lineup, giving the city plenty of [...]

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A critique of the Neal trade: Magic — Bucks Preview

A critique of the Neal trade: Magic — Bucks Preview

| March 10, 2014 | 8 Replies

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks Here’s an important preface: What is described below probably won’t significantly affect Milwaukee’s long- or short-term future. With that said, it’s unfortunate the Bucks incidentally acquired two players who are better than the two players for whom they were traded. It’s also unfortunate Milwaukee didn’t reach buyout agreements with those [...]

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Team Punch battles again: Bucks – Wizards Preview

Team Punch battles again: Bucks – Wizards Preview

| March 8, 2014 | Reply

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks Not OJ Mayo. He got all throat punchy against the Pelicans on Friday night and was suspended by the league for Saturday night’s game against the Wizards. We’ll likely barely notice and he probably isn’t too broken up about it either. The sudden emancipation of fists in Milwaukee is a [...]

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‘Nothing Easy’ heads to the Big Easy: A Bucks — Pelicans Preview

‘Nothing Easy’ heads to the Big Easy: A Bucks — Pelicans Preview

| March 7, 2014 | 3 Replies

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks The Bucks are 2-21 against the Western Conference this season and one of those wins came against the Lakers. Nate Wolters has averaged fewer than 20 minutes per game in the six games since Ramon Sessions arrived via trade, but it’s hard to argue with the results: both point guards are playing [...]

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Naters Gonna Nate: Bucks — Kings Preview

Naters Gonna Nate: Bucks — Kings Preview

| March 5, 2014 | 1 Reply

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks Over the past four weeks, the Bucks have enjoyed the friendliest portion of their season schedule: eight games at home and just two on the road. It’s not over yet either. The Bucks play three of their next four at home before venturing into a stretch that takes them on [...]

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Opportunity knocks: Bucks – Jazz Preview

Opportunity knocks: Bucks – Jazz Preview

| March 3, 2014 | 2 Replies

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks If Milwaukee’s going to win two games in a row this season, there might never be a better opportunity than the one presented to the team this week. Home games against Utah on Monday and Sacramento on Wednesday. The Bucks haven’t been winning many games of late, but they’ve been [...]

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