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Game 39 Preview: Bucks vs. Wizards

Game 39 Preview: Bucks vs. Wizards

| January 19, 2011 | 1 Reply

Share Enemy: Truth About It .net Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. John Wall The dynamic Wall has been all but forgotten about as a rookie of the year candidate with Blake Griffin putting up a rookie season for the ages and his own injury problems, but he’s still a sight to see.  Wall’s creativity was [...]

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Game 38 Preview: Bucks at Rockets

Game 38 Preview: Bucks at Rockets

| January 17, 2011 | Reply

ShareEnemy: Red94.net Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Kyle Lowry Lowry is a very good defender, specifically, he’s one of the best guards in the league when it comes to taking charges.  He’s not altogether very impressive anywhere else on the court, though he can hit open threes when given a look.  Pretty much a run [...]

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The hole gets deeper: Sixers 95 – Bucks 94

The hole gets deeper: Sixers 95 – Bucks 94

| January 15, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareLou Williams clutch shot didn’t bother me.  The mere fact that he was in position to take and make the shot?  Now that was a problem. In the last minute of a close game in the NBA, virtually anything can happen.  Just a week ago we saw Earl Boykins dribble around for an entire possession [...]

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Again so close: Spurs 91 – Bucks 84

Again so close: Spurs 91 – Bucks 84

| January 13, 2011 | 5 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Sometimes it’s just a quarter, sometimes a half, sometimes three quarters, but rarely this season have the Bucks been able to put together 48 minutes of their best basketball against good teams.  Wednesday night would be no different. After taking a 51-43 lead into halftime, they made just 31% of their shots in [...]

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Well hello there: Bucks 115 – Nets 92

Well hello there: Bucks 115 – Nets 92

| January 9, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy The one Saturday night that the Bucks aren’t in Milwaukee and they go and do this.  Figures. But that was the only thing to complain about after Milwaukee’s 115-92 destruction of the New Jersey Nets Saturday evening.  Playing without Andrew Bogut (viral infection), Milwaukee displayed the same shooting ability they did in the [...]

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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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Guess what? Milwaukee missed a bunch of shots again: Magic 97 – Bucks 87

Guess what? Milwaukee missed a bunch of shots again: Magic 97 – Bucks 87

| January 6, 2011 | 5 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy In Orlando Wednesday night, Milwaukee made a run in the fourth quarter to make things look respectable, but trailed by double digits virtually the entire game.  The culprit?  A shooting percentage that hovered under 33% again for the majority of the evening. It was the same story that’s played out so many times [...]

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A level playing field: Bucks 99 – Mavericks 87

A level playing field: Bucks 99 – Mavericks 87

| January 2, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Finally, the injury bug bit an opponent of the Bucks, and not just the Bucks. A Dallas team already without Dirk Nowitzki and Shawn Marion saw Caron Butler go down in the first quarter and was unable to ever get over the hump against a competitive Bucks group that was finally making a [...]

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The story told so many times before this season: Bulls 90 – Bucks 77

The story told so many times before this season: Bulls 90 – Bucks 77

| December 29, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy When a team is attempting to figure out how they’ll be able to manage without Earl Boykins, obviously that’s a sign of a rough night ahead. But Milwaukee battled.  That’s more that could have been said about Monday night’s defeat.  With no Boykins, or Brandon Jennings or Drew Gooden or Carlos Delfino, the [...]

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