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Changes made and lessons learned: Bucks 103 – Mavericks 99

Changes made and lessons learned: Bucks 103 – Mavericks 99

| December 14, 2010 | 7 Replies

Share Box Score/Recap/Enemy “We’ve been concentrating on trying to get John(Salmons) going, for lack of a better way of phrasing it,” Bucks coach Scott Skiles said last Saturday night.  “Trying to get him in tune offensively, things like that.  The other night, when John starts one for five or one for six, and then goes [...]

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One of the many troubles Milwaukee’s offense is having and how it could possibly be fixed

One of the many troubles Milwaukee’s offense is having and how it could possibly be fixed

| November 30, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareIf you’re a Bucks fan, it stands to reason that you’re also a Brewers fan.  After all, Milwaukee’s pro basketball team ranks a distant third behind its pro baseball team and that pro football team a ways to the north.  If you’re a Brewers fan, you probably remember Bill Hall, probably not fondly though. That’s [...]

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An incomplete effort: Jazz 109 – Bucks 88

An incomplete effort: Jazz 109 – Bucks 88

| November 29, 2010 | 5 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Earl Watson, a 20% 3-point shooter on the season, banked in a three at the first half buzzer that had Bucks fans on Twitter wondering why it seemed one team after the next has hit buzzer beating shots against the Bucks this year.  Sometimes, it seems like this team is unlucky. But, really, [...]

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Smile again: Bucks 104 – Bobcats 101

Smile again: Bucks 104 – Bobcats 101

| November 27, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Sometimes when Milwaukee has won this season, it hasn’t really felt like a win.  I’ll point to a 79-72 victory over the Golden State Warriors at home as a prime example.  Milwaukee didn’t play well that night, they just didn’t plays as bad as the Warriors.  A win is a win, but that [...]

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Chris Douglas-Roberts: His eye looks gross

Chris Douglas-Roberts: His eye looks gross

| October 26, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareChris Douglas-Roberts reportedly suffered a poke in the eye in practice the other day.  Upon it first being reported, there was some concern that he would miss Wednesday’s game, but now things are looking far worse than that.  As he so often does, Douglas-Roberts took to Twitter with news earlier today. I went thru hell [...]

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Bucks pre-season comes to a close with another loss, plenty of questions

Bucks pre-season comes to a close with another loss, plenty of questions

| October 23, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareNow that the pre-season has wrapped up with another loss, 119-118 in overtime to Minnesota, naturally it would seem like the Bucks have taken some steps towards figuring out a lot about who they are and what kind of team they’ll be this season.  Eight games should be ample time to figure out an identity [...]

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How they did what they did: Delfino’s Open Jumper

How they did what they did: Delfino’s Open Jumper

| October 15, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareUPDATE: I’ve got the whole video thing going now.  So that’s kind of cool.  This is just the tip of the iceberg my friends.  Here’s the video of the play diagrammed below, so you know what I’m talking about. Every so often I’ll be diagramming a play from a Bucks game that I thought was [...]

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Bucks overcome John Wall’s highlights to top Wizards

Bucks overcome John Wall’s highlights to top Wizards

| October 14, 2010 | 5 Replies

ShareMilwaukee Bucks 96 – Washington Wizards 88 Recap / Box Score Day in and day out, I preach on this site not to get too worked up by the pre-season.  The Bucks don’t have their first unit together on the court yet, they’re being cautious and are playing players who won’t get a lot of [...]

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Lots of doubts and outs for pre-season game two

Lots of doubts and outs for pre-season game two

| October 8, 2010 | Reply

ShareAndrew Bogut is doubtful and probably won’t play against the Pistons tonight. Carlos Delfino has a toe injury and won’t play against the Pistons tonight. Corey Maggette is still recovering from his ankle surgery and won’t play against the Pistons tonight John Salmons is recovering from his knee sprain and won’t play against the Pistons [...]

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