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Problem spotting and problem solving against the Miami Heat

Problem spotting and problem solving against the Miami Heat

| April 20, 2013 | 4 Replies

Share I was talking to someone at work the other day and they talked to me about problem solving, problem spotting and problem acceptance. There are some people who see problems and complain about them without countering with a solution, people who see problems and work to solve them and people who decide some problems [...]

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Too much talent: Heat 107 – Bucks 94

Too much talent: Heat 107 – Bucks 94

| March 16, 2013 | 6 Replies

Share Miami Heat 107 Final Recap | Box Score 94 Milwaukee Bucks Marquis Daniels, SF 27 MIN | 6-11 FG | 1-2 FT | 3 REB | 3 AST | 2 STL | 0 BLK | 1 TO | 14 PTS | -7 Hero ball should really be defined as Daniels efforts to stop Lebron [...]

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The Bucks have changed since their last meeting with Miami

The Bucks have changed since their last meeting with Miami

| December 29, 2012 | 2 Replies

ShareIf last month’s trip to South Beach taught the Milwaukee Bucks anything, it’s that they can compete. Last time the Bucks played the Miami Heat, they took it to the defending champs but ended up losing 113-106. It was a pretty amazing until the very end where Miami (LeBron James specifically) came back to take [...]

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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

ShareBad 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, they [...]

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Game 34 Preview: Bucks vs. Heat

Game 34 Preview: Bucks vs. Heat

| January 7, 2011 | Reply

Share Enemy: The Heat Index Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Carlos Arroyo Arroyo struggled mightily when these teams met earlier this week, hitting just one of seven shots.  That probably will have no bearing on how he’ll preform this evening, but hopefully it doesn’t mean the law of averages catches up with him and allows [...]

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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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Attention to Tendencies: Free Throw Fun

Attention to Tendencies: Free Throw Fun

| January 4, 2011 | Reply

ShareFor one glorious quarter, the Milwaukee Bucks got a taste of what it’s like to be the Miami Heat.  And then things returned to normal. Milwaukee attempted a season high 20 free throws in the second quarter, a shocking number against a Heat team particularly good at earning free throws themselves and preventing their opponents [...]

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A predictably poor offensive outing dooms Bucks: Heat 88 – Bucks 78

A predictably poor offensive outing dooms Bucks: Heat 88 – Bucks 78

| December 7, 2010 | Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Role players playing well and good guard play.  Monday night, in an 88-78 win for the visiting team, the Heat had it and the Bucks didn’t. Obviously the Heat can count on Lebron James and Dwyane Wade. They certainly got things started with a bang, alternating high flying dunks and tap ins early [...]

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Game 20 Preview: Bucks vs. Heat

Game 20 Preview: Bucks vs. Heat

| December 6, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share Enemy: The Heat Index Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Carlos Arroyo Over his past five games, Jennings is averaging 25 points, 5.4 assists, 4 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game.  Not too shabby a line.  Best of all is his 43.7% from the field over that stretch.  Over the course of his young career, [...]

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