Bucksketball Podcast

Tag: Joakim Noah

Bull Shot: Bulls 91 – Bucks 90

Bull Shot: Bulls 91 – Bucks 90

| December 13, 2013 | 6 Replies

Share Chicago Bulls 91 Final Recap | Box Score 90 Milwaukee Bucks John Henson, PF 36 MIN | 6-9 FG | 3-4 FT | 8 REB | 3 AST | 2 STL | 4 BLK | 2 TO | 15 PTS | -6 Every game is another reminder that I’m anxiously awaiting the return of [...]

Read More

The walking wounded come to town: Bucks vs. Bulls Preview

The walking wounded come to town: Bucks vs. Bulls Preview

| December 12, 2013 | 3 Replies

ShareWhat to Watch For: Bucks The Bucks caught a huge break on Tuesday night when Joakim Noah and Luol Deng  didn’t play. The depleted Bulls frontline allowed John Henson to produce like a star and helped minimize the Bucks’ deficiencies in rebounding and post play. This time, however, figures to be a tougher challenge as Noah (and possibly Deng) re-enter [...]

Read More

The first one to 94 series: Bucks – Bulls preview

The first one to 94 series: Bucks – Bulls preview

| December 10, 2013 | 1 Reply

ShareAfter signing a two-year, $6.5 million contract with the Bulls in the offseason, Mike Dunleavy has rebounded from a slow start to put together a typical productive Dunleavy season. For the season, he is coming off the bench to average 8.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game, and he’s at a Dunleavy-esque 42.2% from three-point [...]

Read More

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 [...]

Read More

Things Got A Little Chippy: Bucks 96 – Bulls 93

Things Got A Little Chippy: Bucks 96 – Bulls 93

| January 9, 2010 | 3 Replies

Share In between referee whistles and defender complaints Andrew Bogut stood tall on Friday night in one of those efforts that makes you say, “Oh, I can see why this guy was a number one pick.”  Trading blows back and forth with Brad Miller like they were two aging prize-fighters, Bogut shook off a rough [...]

Read More

Game 33 Preview: Bucks vs. Bulls

Game 33 Preview: Bucks vs. Bulls

| January 8, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareMilwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 14 – 18 (Probable) Inactives: Joe Alexander and Dan Gadzuric vs. Chicago Bulls (Vinny Del-Negro) 14-19 (Probable) Inactives: Lindsey Hunter Date: 1/8/2010 Time: 7:30 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin Match-Ups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Derrick Rose The last time these teams met, Jennings/Rose was hyped as a potential matchup of the [...]

Read More

Just enough … for once: Bucks 99 – Bulls 97

Just enough … for once: Bucks 99 – Bulls 97

| December 1, 2009 | 5 Replies

It’s a part of his game that will prove crucial down the road, but think about it for a second. If you had Jennings talent, would you ever do anything but drive by people and shoot three’s when you were in high school? Who could stop him from doing either? Sure, he probably had opportunities to work on the floater and in-between game in Europe, but it was hardly any more necessary there than it was in high school. He wasn’t getting minutes anyway and who knew what the NBA would hold. I’m confident he’ll straighten this thing out by the end of the year or by the start of next.

Read More

Game 16 preview: Bucks vs. Bulls

Game 16 preview: Bucks vs. Bulls

| November 30, 2009 | 4 Replies

If anyone is operating on the illusion that playing point guard in the NBA is easy, you can look to Brandon Jennings and Derrick Rose for confirmation that that theory is flawed. Jennings has fallen on hard times since the media storm that’s encompassed him since his 55-point game. Rose has struggled some in his second NBA season, likely due to an ankle injury and a suspect jump-shot. He’s getting to the rim less and having to settle for more mid-range jump shots. And as I said, he’s not particularly good at shooting mid-range or long distance jump shots, hitting just 40 percent of his 16-23 foot jumpers while pretty much completely foregoing the three (1-6 on the year). Rose’s inability to shoot the three makes him a little easier to guard and Jennings confidence at home makes him more liable to have a big day offensively. The Bulls don’t have a Dwight Howard roaming the paint to deter him inside. Could be a nice day.

Read More