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This season just keeps happening: Bucks – Lakers Preview

This season just keeps happening: Bucks – Lakers Preview

| March 27, 2014 | 10 Replies

Share What to Watch For: Bucks Ersan Ilyasova should return for the Bucks (Update: He isn’t returning. He may never return.). I honestly can’t give you, gracious with your time reader, or anyone else a reason to watch the Bucks or any indication of what you should be watching when you watch them. I suppose Giannis [...]

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The depressing possible final phrase from a head coach

The depressing possible final phrase from a head coach

| April 26, 2012 | 19 Replies

ShareIf this was Scott Skiles’ last home game as the Milwaukee Bucks coach, and there are reports out there that it was, he and the Bucks certainly went out with a whimper. In his final post game conference he handled questions the same way he always did. Until the last question. A reporter asked if [...]

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Jodie Meeks offering reminders of what could have been

Jodie Meeks offering reminders of what could have been

| January 12, 2011 | Reply

ShareDamn you Jodie Meeks. You caught my eye again Tuesday night.  Just 13 points, nothing like some of your games this season, but you were steady again.  Three of five from deep, your third straight game in double figures.  We’ll be seeing you again soon, Milwaukee heads to Philadelphia on Friday, but it didn’t have [...]

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2010 Haiku Review: Guards

2010 Haiku Review: Guards

| May 10, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareAfter a few days off to recharge my battery, I’m back with the final segment of the Haiku Reviews. Coming in the next week will be more on potential free agent targets and a draft page. Stay tuned this week. Jodie Meeks Shots caromed off rim Motor never stopped running It paid off later. Meeks [...]

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Jerry Stackhouse Adapts, Reacts, Readapts and Re-reacts

Jerry Stackhouse Adapts, Reacts, Readapts and Re-reacts

| March 15, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareLet’s get one thing clear: NBA players have egos.  If they didn’t, they wouldn’t have made it as far as they have.  From pee-wee league to high school to college, these guys are typically the best players on their teams.  And if they aren’t they best, they usually think they are, because that sort of [...]

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Report: Bucks Deal Meeks, More On Salmons Deal

Report: Bucks Deal Meeks, More On Salmons Deal

| February 18, 2010 | 6 Replies

ShareAnother trade has been made. From TrueHoop: The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a trade that will send Jodie Meeks and Francisco Elson to the Philadelphia 76ers for Primoz Brezec, Royal Ivey and a second-round draft pick, two league sources told ESPN.com NBA Insider Chad Ford. Also, from the Milwaukee Bucks: The Milwaukee Bucks have [...]

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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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5 Interesting Things for 41 More Games

5 Interesting Things for 41 More Games

| January 22, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareAfter tonight’s game with the Raptors, the Bucks will have successfully (actually, typically not so successfully) completed 41 games.  Milwaukee sits one game back of the eighth and final playoff spot in the East, with 22 home games and 19 away games the rest of the way.  With that being said, there are some things [...]

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Bucks In Early Decade Form or Welcome Back Stack

Bucks In Early Decade Form or Welcome Back Stack

| January 17, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareYou thought you’d heard the last of Jerry Stackhouse as an NBA player, didn’t you?  You thought injuries and age had robbed him of the athleticism once deemed necessary for him to be relevant as a player. If you didn’t, you’re much more plugged in than I, because I certainly did. But no, Jerry Stackhouse [...]

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