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2010 Haiku Review: Forwards

2010 Haiku Review: Forwards

| May 5, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share I reviewed the 2009-10 Milwaukee Bucks centers on Monday, today we knock out the forwards. Darnell Jackson A D-League terror, Minutes in a useless game. May have a future A late season waiver wire acquisition, the Bucks thought enough of Jackson to claim him even though he could not be on the playoff roster. [...]

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Report: Bucks Get John Salmons for Warrick and Alexander

Report: Bucks Get John Salmons for Warrick and Alexander

| February 17, 2010 | 6 Replies

ShareThe Bucks have made a trade. Details have not been finalized and the two players the Bucks give up could end up being HakimWarrick and Joe Alexander, but here was the initial report. From ESPN TrueHoop: The Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks were nearing completion of the John Salmons trade Thursday morning. However, although the [...]

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The Bucks and (even more) Trade Rumors UPDATE 2-17 10:29 AM

The Bucks and (even more) Trade Rumors UPDATE 2-17 10:29 AM

| February 17, 2010 | 5 Replies

ShareSo. Many. Rumors. I know no one can get enough, so I thought I’d try and keep updating this post to do my best to keep everything together for the next day or so. That rumor about Kurt Thomas to the Hawks?  Just a rumor according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.  I was suspicious of it [...]

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Navigating Through the Swamp of Trade Rumors

Navigating Through the Swamp of Trade Rumors

| February 15, 2010 | 12 Replies

ShareThe weeks and days leading up to the trade deadline involve so many rumors that it’s hard to keep track of what’s reality and what’s fiction. That’s where I come in. I’ve constructed a handy guide of the Bucks players most likely to be on the move.  I’ll fill you in on where they could [...]

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Buck Hits and a Prevew: 2-10-10

Buck Hits and a Prevew: 2-10-10

| February 10, 2010 | Reply

ShareMilwaukee headed towards New Jersey last night for their last game before the all-star break.  New Jersey, as you already know, is the worst team in the NBA and could possibly go down as the worst team of all time, their record currently sitting at 4-47.  Former Badger Devin Harris didn’t play in Tuesday’s game [...]

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Defense Not Necessary: Bucks 114 – Knicks 107

Defense Not Necessary: Bucks 114 – Knicks 107

| February 6, 2010 | Reply

ShareBox Score/Recap New York’s basketball team isn’t typically apart of my basketball viewing schedule.  They aren’t on national television very often and when they are I tend to look the other way.  I’m not big on teams that have gutted their roster in order to pursue free agents.    While I generally liked Mike D’Antoni’s Suns [...]

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No Signature Yet: Magic 99 – Bucks 82

No Signature Yet: Magic 99 – Bucks 82

| February 3, 2010 | Reply

ShareOne thing was very clear by the end of Tuesday night’s Bucks game in Orlando: Orlando is very good, much better than Milwaukee.  Breaking news, I know, but I just wanted to get that out there so we were all on the same page, just in case by some chance we weren’t.  The Magic are [...]

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Wade and A Bunch of Guys: Bucks 97 – Heat 81

Wade and A Bunch of Guys: Bucks 97 – Heat 81

| February 1, 2010 | Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score In front of what appeared to be only close friends and relatives of both teams, it was very clear that the Miami Heat can be boiled down to two parts: Dwyane Wade and a bunch of guys.  Just as clear Monday night was that the Bucks continue their recent uptick in play and [...]

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A Letter to Dwyane Wade: Bucks 95 – Heat 84

A Letter to Dwyane Wade: Bucks 95 – Heat 84

| January 30, 2010 | Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score Dear Dwyane Wade, Flash, you truly are the gift that keeps on giving.  You’re generosity when it comes to the city where it is windy rather than the Windy City seems to know no bounds.  Aside from delivering what will probably be Marquette’s only Final Four in the first quarter of this century, [...]

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