Share Where he’s been: One bright spot for last season was the randomly great Zaza Pachulia stretch in the first two weeks of the season. Larry Sanders was out because of a torn thumb ligament suffered in a nightclub altercation that was clearly instigated by goons hired by cartoon supervillain Dan Gilbert. Pachulia stepped in [...]
Brian is a graphic designer from Milwaukee. He enjoys the Bucks and wishes they would win more frequently.
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Ian Segovia has been watching the Milwaukee Bucks for several years and has been writing for about as long. Those are all his qualifications.
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.
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Jon Hartzell is a writer/producer at NBA.com who likes the Bucks.
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Husband. Father. Blogger. Retired mathlete. I covered Larry Sanders' "Three Thumbs Up" game as credentialed media -- and failed to see well enough to witness the thumbing as it happened. On Twitter, I'm anaheimamigos.
Mitch has been a fan of the Bucks since the days of Big Dog, Ray Ray, and Sammy C. He's abnormally optimistic about the team even through the rough times and spends far too much time on the Trade Machine trying to make things better. He's 6'0" with a 5'11" wingspan, negligible vertical, and sees himself as more of a distributor than a scorer. Find him on Twitter @mitchvomhof
Nick is a Green Bay native and 2014 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he majored in Journalism and Comm. Arts. He currently resides and works in Madison as an NBA contributor for RotoWire. One time, Stromile Swift gave him his (unbelievably sweaty) headband after a preseason game. Despite its failure to match his school colors, Nick went on to wear it for the entirety of his sixth grade basketball season. You can catch Nick on Twitter @wha1en.
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