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A year in review: 2013 Milwaukee Bucks (and other things) Awards

A year in review: 2013 Milwaukee Bucks (and other things) Awards

| December 26, 2013 | 16 Replies

Share The year is almost over! We’ve come so far, we’ve seen so much. We’ve laughed (both at and with the Milwaukee Bucks), we’ve cried (because of the Bucks), we’ve felt good and bad. Days move fast in the blog world. Every day, we’re onto the next story and the next post. We really don’t [...]

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No Allen, Budinger, Redick, Dunleavy or Smith? Let the Accidental Tank commence!

No Allen, Budinger, Redick, Dunleavy or Smith? Let the Accidental Tank commence!

| July 3, 2013 | 28 Replies

ShareThere is no indication that the Milwaukee Bucks had at any point since this off season began made a conscious decision to tank in 2013-14. It’s not the team’s way. Milwaukee wants to be competitive. Wants to make the playoffs and wants to get better every season. The lure of the 2014 draft class is [...]

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JJ Redick is gone and Eric Bledsoe is coming … to the Suns. But hey, second round picks!

JJ Redick is gone and Eric Bledsoe is coming … to the Suns. But hey, second round picks!

| July 2, 2013 | 37 Replies

ShareWell, the Milwaukee Bucks did end up turning J.J. Redick into something. Just not Eric Bledsoe. Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler will go to the Suns, Jared Dudley and JJ Redick to the Clippers and 2 2nd-round picks to Bucks, sources tell Y — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 2, 2013 Seconds after I retweeted Woj [...]

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JJ Redick is probably gone, but he could still provide some value to the Milwaukee Bucks

JJ Redick is probably gone, but he could still provide some value to the Milwaukee Bucks

| July 2, 2013 | 8 Replies

ShareJ.J. Redick will almost certainly not return to the Milwaukee Bucks next season. Since free agency tipped off at midnight on July 1, Redick has become a target for multiple teams, most notably the Los Angeles Clippers and Minnesota Timberwolves. Quite a buzz was generated among Bucks fans yesterday when it was reported that the [...]

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Early free agency indications: Bucks are moving on without J.J. Redick and Monta Ellis, moving in with Brandon Jennings

Early free agency indications: Bucks are moving on without J.J. Redick and Monta Ellis, moving in with Brandon Jennings

| July 1, 2013 | 13 Replies

ShareNot long ago we got the feeling that the Milwaukee Bucks desired to keep together the Monta Ellis/J.J. Redick backcourt. Then we heard from John Hammond himself that the team would look to work out a long term contract with Brandon Jennings. Furthermore, Hammond said Milwaukee would match any offer its point guard over the [...]

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The many possible timelines of the Milwaukee Bucks 2013 offseason

The many possible timelines of the Milwaukee Bucks 2013 offseason

| June 19, 2013 | 25 Replies

Share The Milwaukee Bucks usually don’t have a surplus of anything intriguing (unless you have some unhealthy admiration for the power forward position). This summer, however, the Bucks do have something they haven’t had in quite some time: Options. They are at a unique crossroads where they could legitimately choose any direction for the franchise [...]

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Bucksketball Podcast – Episode 009

Bucksketball Podcast – Episode 009

| May 10, 2013 | 3 Replies

ShareIn which I mistakenly refer to us as embarking on episode number eight. We also talk about the infamous Larry Sanders/Monta Ellis dispute, potential Bucks coaching candidates and off-season priorities. Oh and Producer Jeramey obliterates me in the Basketball-Reference Game once again. I hate that game and the day I came up with it.

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Oy: Heat 110 – Bucks 87

Oy: Heat 110 – Bucks 87

| April 22, 2013 | 29 Replies

Share Lonely Bucks fan watches game in Miami, becomes a Witness. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz) I’m not sure what caused it, but I felt some sort of feeling before Sunday’s playoff opener for the Milwaukee Bucks. As I waited what felt like forever for the day games to wrap up and Milwaukee to take the court [...]

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Why can’t we have nice things?: Monta Ellis gives the Bucks a late lead and Ty Lawson takes it back

Why can’t we have nice things?: Monta Ellis gives the Bucks a late lead and Ty Lawson takes it back

| April 15, 2013 | 17 Replies

ShareFor a second, it seemed like the Milwaukee Bucks were going to pull off an improbable home upset of the still definitely playing for something Denver Nuggets on Monday night. The Bucks had trailed most of the game, but never fell completely out of reach of a dangerous Denver team. But the lead changed hands [...]

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