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Attention to Tendencies: Bucks wings finally work well in unison

Attention to Tendencies: Bucks wings finally work well in unison

| January 7, 2011 | 3 Replies

Share Bad players are bad.  Inconsistent players are inconsistent.  There’s a big difference. Nights like Friday night illustrate that difference. Chris Douglas-Roberts is by no means a bad player, neither is John Salmons. But for differing reasons, neither has been able to put together much consistent basketball this season.  Sometimes, they look bad and sometimes, [...]

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All disappointment all the time at small forward

All disappointment all the time at small forward

| January 6, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareAs much as I’d like to think Corey Maggette turned some kind of corner against the Magic and will earn steady playing time the rest of the season in which he’s productive, I remain skeptical.  In an Insider piece for ESPN.com today, John Hollinger lists Maggette as a member of his All-Disappointment team — with [...]

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Cold front helps wipe out Bucks: Heat 101 – Bucks 89

Cold front helps wipe out Bucks: Heat 101 – Bucks 89

| January 5, 2011 | 7 Replies

ShareBox Score/Recap/Enemy It took a while, but eventually, the Miami Heat were the Miami Heat and the Milwaukee Bucks were the Milwaukee Bucks.  That much was reflected in the shooting percentages, and the final score, and the fast break points and the final stats at the rim. It was a bizarre twist on how the [...]

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Jason Collins grabbed 12 rebounds: Hawks 95 – Bucks 80

Jason Collins grabbed 12 rebounds: Hawks 95 – Bucks 80

| December 28, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Strike another blow against momentum. This season’s Milwaukee Bucks squad is doing their very best to shoot down any theories that a big win or two will carry over into the next game.  After taking two on the road on the traditionally difficult west coast, the Bucks were back home Monday night well [...]

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Try and try again (and again… and again …): Jazz 95 – Bucks 86

Try and try again (and again… and again …): Jazz 95 – Bucks 86

| December 19, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareBox Score/Recap/Enemy Shoot, miss, rebound, score, repeat.  That was the game plan for the Utah Jazz apparently Saturday night in Milwaukee. With no one doing much on the glass for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Jazz took full advantage and grabbed 14 offensive rebounds leading to 25 second chance points in a game that looked an [...]

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Game 25 Preview: Bucks vs. Jazz

Game 25 Preview: Bucks vs. Jazz

| December 18, 2010 | Reply

ShareEnemy: Salt City Hoops Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Deron Williams Williams is coming off a rough night in New Orleans against arch-rival Chris Paul. The Jazz fell to the Hornets by 29 and Williams was held to just 10 points and five assists.  Surely, he’ll be looking to right the ship in Milwaukee.  Jennings [...]

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Bucks new starting five: how did they do and where to from here?

Bucks new starting five: how did they do and where to from here?

| December 16, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareFor all the responsibilities a coach has, there may be none more important than figuring out which players work well in lineups together.  For a team with as many new faces and as many injuries as the Bucks have had this season, it should come as no surprise that coach Scott Skiles is still tinkering [...]

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Spurs sneak past Bucks at buzzer: 92-90

Spurs sneak past Bucks at buzzer: 92-90

| December 16, 2010 | 8 Replies

ShareBox Score/Recap/Enemy Was it or wasn’t it? Maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t.  Okay, it probably was.  The reality is though, that’s not a call most officials are willing to make.  They want players to play the game and decide their own fate.  Fate may not have been on the Bucks side on the final [...]

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Attention to Tendencies: Bucks from deep against San Antonio

Attention to Tendencies: Bucks from deep against San Antonio

| December 15, 2010 | Reply

Share(Hi.  I’m breaking out a new idea of mine tonight.  Last week a friend of mine told me he’d love to check out the site more, but that I just write too damn many words.  I also recently had the opportunity to listen in with a real live journalist who spoke about the issue of [...]

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