Share Recap/Box Score/Enemy The fourth quarter seems like a logical place to start. After all, the Milwaukee Bucks were right there. They didn’t have to spend the period playing catchup. They didn’t dig themselves a hole, they weren’t in trouble. Coming into the fourth quarter, the Bucks actually held a lead. It wasn’t large, just [...]
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Share Enemy: Warriors World Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Stephen Curry Jennings should be on track to log at least 30 minutes this evening, after seeing his playing time grow from 12 to 21 minutes in his first three games back from injury. His playing time has been something he’s groused about lately, saying if [...]
ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy Ah, so this is what Milwaukee’s second game of the season was supposed to look like. You remember that game, right? The Bucks held the Timberwolves for 37.6% shooting, managed only 35.6% accuracy themselves and saw Minnesota ride 26 second chance points to victory. Well the narratives were similar in Milwaukee’s 79-72 victory [...]
ShareMilwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 4-5 Inactive: Chris Douglas Roberts, Michael Redd, Darington Hobson vs Golden State Warriors (Keith Smart) 6-3 Inactive: David Lee, Louis Amundson, Ekpe Udoh Date: 11/13/2010 Game Time: 7:30 PM (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin / NBA TV The Other Guys: WarriorsWorld.net Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Stephen Curry Jennings is still working [...]
ShareRecap/Box Score As long as Brandon Jennings has been struggling, the first excuse that’s been made for the struggles has been that he’s at least kept his turnovers down. Sure, he’s been shooting 30 percent every night, but look, he only had one turnover. And that’s all well and good. On the priority list for [...]
ShareMilwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 15-21 Probable Inactives: Joe Alexander at Golden State Warriors (Don Nelson) 11-26 Probable Inactives: Kelenna Azubuike, Anthony Randolph and Raja Bell Date: 1/15/2010 Time: 9:30 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin Match-Ups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Stephen Curry Let me throw some numbers at you Player Points Assists Steals FG% 3-Point % [...]
I have never raced home to watch one quarter of a DVR’d basketball game that I attended. I have never known a player was about to do something terrific. I have never had over 50 Bucks related texts messages in a half hour. I have never been so at a loss for words when describing what someone on the Bucks did.
The Warriors have a good collection of talent, but nothing roping these guys together. The chemistry is terrible and it starts from the top down. Another team from the West on a long trip and another bad team. This has trap game written all over it with the Mavericks coming in Monday, but the Bucks shouldn’t be a team looking past anyone. Thus far I have no reason to believe they will.