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If the Bucks are ever going to get a star, he’ll probably have to be a problem. BRING ME DEMARCUS COUSINS.

If the Bucks are ever going to get a star, he’ll probably have to be a problem. BRING ME DEMARCUS COUSINS.

| December 26, 2012 | 32 Replies

Share Last week, DeMarcus Cousins brought the ruckus. Again. He was suspended by the Sacramento Kings after reportedly getting into a heated exchange with Kings head coach Keith Smart in the locker room during half time of Sacramento’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. It was the third time this season the ill-tempered Cousins was [...]

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Milwaukee Bucks acquire Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih

Milwaukee Bucks acquire Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih

| June 23, 2011 | 14 Replies

ShareAnd we’re off. Draft day begins with a bang for Milwaukee Bucks fans. All week we heard the Bucks were itching to make a move, but not necessarily just dump salary. So that’s how we got here. Milwaukee is bringing in the talented, but volatile, Stephen Jackson along with Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih and the [...]

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Milwaukee Bucks trade John Salmons, Corey Maggette and number 10 pick

Milwaukee Bucks trade John Salmons, Corey Maggette and number 10 pick

| June 23, 2011 | 4 Replies

ShareHe’s the latest chunk of Milwaukee Bucks information floating in the sea of trade rumors. Chad Ford with the apparently final information on a crazy deal: Bucks get Beno, Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston & 19. Bobcats get pick 7 & Maggette. Kings get 10 & John Salmons. Whoa … again. *** Minutes after Gery Woelfel’s [...]

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Positional Review: The Forwards Part Two

Positional Review: The Forwards Part Two

| April 22, 2011 | 1 Reply

SharePart two, The Negatives, of Josh Hilgendorf’s Bucksketball debut breaking down Bucks forwards this past season. Now that I am done squinting my eyes trying to find something positive about the Bucks forward play this season, I can relax a little bit and let the players do most of the work for me. This is [...]

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Positional Review: The Forwards Part One

Positional Review: The Forwards Part One

| April 22, 2011 | Reply

ShareYesterday, there were two.  Today, there are three.  Meet the second of Bucksketball.com’s new contributors, Josh Hilgendorf.  Josh has been spreading the gospel of Bucks in Madison since the team’s distant memory of a sprint to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2001.  He writes constantly and will now be doing so more about the Bucks [...]

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Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

| April 19, 2011 | 3 Replies

ShareErsan Ilyasova Continued to scrap One of the walking wounded Lost his long ball touch Every NBA player needs a card to play that makes him unique.  Ilyasova’s appeared to be his combination of scrappy play with a solid touch from three-point range.  After last season, Coach Scott Skiles talked of his hopes that Ilyasova [...]

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The 30 game aberration

The 30 game aberration

| April 4, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareLet’s do some comparing and contrasting. Player A averaged 18.3 points two years ago, but has never been within two points of that total for any other entire season of his career.  He came into the league as a point guard but quickly moved over to the wing in his rookie season.  His career assist [...]

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Erratic as always: Pacers 89 – Bucks 88

Erratic as always: Pacers 89 – Bucks 88

| April 2, 2011 | 5 Replies

Share (Head on over to NBAPlaybook for a breakdown of Milwaukee’s last play) Just like that, the Bucks can now head quietly into the night.  A night filled with meaningless basketball for a half month. Everyone has spent a great deal of time focusing on Milwaukee’s questionable final 30 seconds of their 89-88 loss to [...]

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Getting back into the rotation may be a tough task for returning Bucks

Getting back into the rotation may be a tough task for returning Bucks

| March 22, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareWith Michael Redd and Drew Gooden working their way back onto the Milwaukee Bucks active roster, questions are bound to arise regarding just how minutes will be divvied up if the Bucks soon return to full health, something they haven’t had to deal with at virtually any point during this season. But until they do, [...]

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