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They’re alive: Bucks 108 – Hawks 91

They’re alive: Bucks 108 – Hawks 91

| November 11, 2010 | 2 Replies

Share Recap/Box Score/Enemy John Hammond may not be Dr. Frankenstein, but he’s definitely looking a lot smarter this week than he did last.  The NBA is funny like that. Isn’t it nice when the Bucks convincingly thrash an opponent the way they did in their 108-91 victory Wednesday night in Atlanta?  If the Bucks four [...]

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The End of the Beginning Is Still an End

The End of the Beginning Is Still an End

| May 2, 2010 | 20 Replies

Share Jennings brought back memories from the home opener when he busted this one out. When it was all said and done too many factors were working against the Bucks. Atlanta’s superiority was evident: length, size, athleticism, shooting, you name it Atlanta has it over Milwaukee. The Bucks pulled off a few victories that not [...]

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Twelve Minutes of Hell

Twelve Minutes of Hell

| May 1, 2010 | Reply

ShareWith 3:42 left in the second quarter, John Salmons hit a jumper. In the next 12:03 of basketball time, and what seemed like eternity in real time, Milwaukee saw one more basket, a Carlos Delfino made layup, in Friday night’s game six loss. That’s the equivalent of just over one quarter of Friday night’s game [...]

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Game the Sixth: Opportunity Knocks

Game the Sixth: Opportunity Knocks

| April 30, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 3-2 vs. Atlanta Hawks (Mike Woodson) 2-3 Date: 4/30/2010 Time: 6:00 (CST) TV: ESPN & FS Wisconsin The Breakdown By game six in a seven game playoff series, there are no secrets any more. Both teams know what their opponent wants to do, both teams know what their own teams [...]

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Progress is supposed to be a slow process: Bucks 91 – Hawks 87

Progress is supposed to be a slow process: Bucks 91 – Hawks 87

| April 29, 2010 | 6 Replies

Share Isn’t it funny how a matter of moments can alter the perception of one shot? Along with many others that joined me on Wednesday evening’s Daily Dime Live, I thought Josh Smith had finished off the Bucks with just over four minutes to go Wednesday night.  Smith faded a little bit from the top [...]

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Game the Fifth: Can the Bucks steal one on the road?

Game the Fifth: Can the Bucks steal one on the road?

| April 28, 2010 | Reply

ShareMilwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 2-2 at Atlanta Hawks (Mike Woodson) 2-2 Date: 4/28/2010 Time: 7:00 (CST) TV: TNT/FS Wisconsin “Most teams, the role players play better at home.” -  Jerry Stackhouse after game four So Stack already has me a little concerned for game five. After notably strong efforts out of Dan Gadzuric, Carlos Delfino [...]

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A Whole New Series: Bucks 111 – Hawks 104

A Whole New Series: Bucks 111 – Hawks 104

| April 27, 2010 | 12 Replies

Share Check out the reaction by the Bucks bench. Priceless. If it hadn’t been done before, and it’s probably foolish that it wasn’t, the word “can’t” was officially removed from the dictionary on the Milwaukee Bucks 2009-10 season. It’s uses were once prevalent. Milwaukee can’t get to the line. They can’t score inside without Andrew [...]

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So, maybe this is possible: Bucks 107 – Hawks 89

So, maybe this is possible: Bucks 107 – Hawks 89

| April 24, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareI remember walking out of the Bradley Center on March 28th feeling very good about things. Milwaukee had just defeated the Grizzlies, the day was still young after the early game, the temperature was in the 60’s and a possible successful playoff run was on the horizon.  Now, less than one month later, clouds draped [...]

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Game 3 Preview: Well, if it’s going to happen…

Game 3 Preview: Well, if it’s going to happen…

| April 24, 2010 | Reply

ShareIt might as well be tonight, right? Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 0-2 vs. Atlanta Hawks (Mike Woodson) 2-0 Date: 4/24/2010 Time: 6:00 (CST) TV: ESPN and FS Wisconsin How in the world can the Bucks win this? Take Advantage of Home Court The Bucks haven’t played a meaningful home game this late in the year [...]

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