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Positional Reviews: The Guards Part Two

Positional Reviews: The Guards Part Two

| April 21, 2011 | 1 Reply

Share Part One of Ian Segovia’s first post here at Bucksketball was posted earlier today.  It addressed the positive aspects of Bucks guards this season.  Now, for part two. Negatives Slamming John Salmons Let’s keep this short because Salmons is going to be mentioned a lot while going through the rest of the negatives. Many [...]

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Positional Reviews: The Guards

Positional Reviews: The Guards

| April 21, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareIt is the dawn of a new era at Bucksketball.  Today’s post is the very first from one of two new contributors, Ian Segovia.  Ian was once one of the finest 12-year-old spellers Wisconsin has ever known, and has turned that innate ability to spell words like “Parallel” into the ability to construct sentences about [...]

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Part One: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

Part One: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

| April 18, 2011 | Reply

ShareGoin’ alphabetical this season.  First half today, second half tomorrow.  Enjoy. Earl Barron Once finished a play Coming out of timeout. Sad. Clear role, in swamp O. He was only in Milwaukee briefly, playing in seven March games, but he did well what he does.  He crashed the offensive glass and made mid-range jumpers.  He [...]

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A little boost to help take care of business: Bucks 110 – Cavs 90

A little boost to help take care of business: Bucks 110 – Cavs 90

| March 9, 2011 | 7 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Wednesday night wasn’t the first time the Milwaukee Bucks needed Earl Boykins to jump-start a stalling offense.  Perhaps you remember Los Angeles.  Or Sacramento.  Or a home games against Dallas and Atlanta.  You get the picture.  It wasn’t Boykins first shot-making rodeo. And it probably won’t be his last, or the last one [...]

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An offensive clinic: Suns 102 – Bucks 88

An offensive clinic: Suns 102 – Bucks 88

| March 5, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareStopping Steve Nash was at the forefront of Scott Skiles mind before the Bucks game Friday night against the Phoenix Suns. “You gotta stop Steve,” Skiles said.  “That’s the main thing you gotta do.  You gotta commit to getting him stopped.  Steve has a way of getting in there, dribbling around and finding somebody.” For [...]

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Nothing out of the ordinary: Bulls 83 – Bucks 75

Nothing out of the ordinary: Bulls 83 – Bucks 75

| February 27, 2011 | 12 Replies

ShareFrom tip to finish, there were virtually no surprises in Milwaukee’s 83-75 loss to the Chicago Bulls Saturday night.  Both teams represented themselves well on the defensive end, as you’d expect the second and fifth ranked defensive teams in the league to do.  Milwaukee shot under 40%, as they often do.  Luol Deng played well [...]

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It got hot in there: Bucks 98 – Hawks 90

It got hot in there: Bucks 98 – Hawks 90

| January 26, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy If you only have been watching Bucks games this season, you’re certainly aware of the three-point shot, but you may not have known how quickly it can turn a game around. Now you know. The simple way to explain Milwaukee’s improbable comeback from down 11 points to begin the fourth quarter is like [...]

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A headache inside: Grizzlies 94 – Bucks 81

A headache inside: Grizzlies 94 – Bucks 81

| January 23, 2011 | Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Before Saturday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, Bucks coach Scott Skiles discussed how Memphis big man Zach Randolph could alter a game. “He’s one of those rare guys who can do it in different ways,” Skiles said.  “He can get the ball in the low post with his back to the basket, he’s [...]

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Snack wraps for all, embarassment for none: Bucks 100 – Wizards 87

Snack wraps for all, embarassment for none: Bucks 100 – Wizards 87

| January 19, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy The roar of the crowd late in the fourth quarter of Milwaukee’s 100-87 win over the Washington Wizards Wednesday night seemed a little out place.  Milwaukee had been up virtually the entire period and had long put away the hapless, 0-20 on the road, Wizards. But the crowd went wild after two Larry [...]

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