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Going streaking: Bucks 98 – Kings 85

Going streaking: Bucks 98 – Kings 85

| December 12, 2012 | 9 Replies

Share Sacramento Kings 85 FinalRecap | Box Score 98 Milwaukee Bucks Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, PF 26 MIN | 6-10 FG | 5-7 FT | 6 REB | 1 AST | 17 PTS | +4 There’s one thing that Mbah a Moute does exceedingly well offensively. Cut to the hoop. Seven shots within the [...]

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Bucksketball Podcast – Episode 005

Bucksketball Podcast – Episode 005

| December 9, 2012 | Reply

ShareEpisode five is here! We talk about what’s been troubling the Bucks over the past 10 games, whether or not Drew Gooden could be traded and the continued stellar play of Larry Sanders. We also have one of my all time favorite Scott Skiles soundbites. If nothing else, he keeps it real. 100 even. And [...]

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A Bobcat beatdown: Bucks 108 – Bobcats 93

A Bobcat beatdown: Bucks 108 – Bobcats 93

| December 8, 2012 | 7 Replies

Share Charlotte Bobcats 93 FinalRecap | Box Score 108 Milwaukee Bucks Ekpe Udoh, PF 22 MIN | 1-4 FG | 4-4 FT | 6 REB | 0 AST | 6 PTS | +20All of the Bucks big men played better than the Bobcats big men. Udoh was apart of a stellar rebounding effort. Larry Sanders, [...]

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Buck Hits: Backcourt inefficiencies, rap shout-outs and scuttlebutt

Buck Hits: Backcourt inefficiencies, rap shout-outs and scuttlebutt

| November 30, 2012 | 1 Reply

ShareThis was a pretty frustrating week of Milwaukee Bucks basketball. The starters looked broken, Scott Skiles was irrational with rotations, and the team played poorly at home (where they are now 3-4). But, that 31-4 run in Chicago was amazing. And the team is still in first place. So, let’s just all be happy that [...]

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Fear the Deer (and other animals)

Fear the Deer (and other animals)

| November 23, 2012 | 5 Replies

ShareIt all started with Ekpe Udoh. I wanted to see what he would look like with the head of a deer. I called him Ekpe Udoe. Then, I thought, “what would Doron Lamb look like with the head of a lamb?” Then, I lost the next four hours of my life. Below these words you [...]

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Who’s shooting from where? Early season shot location trends for Milwaukee Bucks players

Who’s shooting from where? Early season shot location trends for Milwaukee Bucks players

| November 16, 2012 | 8 Replies

ShareEarly on in the 2009-10 season, we all watched the Milwaukee Bucks miss mid-range jumper after mid-range jumper. They had no one capable of getting to the rim and precious few 3-point shooters. This was a team that frequently started Charlie freaking Bell at the shooting guard position. But then Andrew Bogut got more assertive, Jerry [...]

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Drew Gooden is healthy and inactive for the first time in his career

Drew Gooden is healthy and inactive for the first time in his career

| November 9, 2012 | 3 Replies

ShareYup, for the first time in his career, at least as far as he can remember, Drew Gooden is healthy and inactive according to Charles F. Gardner. And Gooden is handling the news like an absolute pro: “This is the first time I’ve had to go through this.This is new to me, my first time [...]

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A win in the season opener? Serious: Bucks 99 – Celtics 88

A win in the season opener? Serious: Bucks 99 – Celtics 88

| November 2, 2012 | 12 Replies

ShareA cool new banner and the formatting from last year will return. Just some technical stuff to work out. That being that, here is the box score from the Milwaukee Bucks season opening win over the Boston Celtics and the grades: Ersan Ilyasova – B  Ilyasova took at least three charges and led the team [...]

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45th Season, 45 Reasons (Part 1)

45th Season, 45 Reasons (Part 1)

| November 1, 2012 | 3 Replies

ShareThis year marks the 44th 45th season of Milwaukee Bucks basketball. Do you know what that means? Why, 44 45 things we’re looking forward to, of course!  We?  Yes.  Bucksketball darling Jon Hartzell, our millions of fans, and I have put our brains together and have come up with 44 45 things we’re all looking forward to.  Some [...]

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