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Tag: John Salmons

Stop ignoring process

Stop ignoring process

| February 14, 2013 | 17 Replies

Share The Milwaukee Bucks will venture into the All-Star break one game with one more win than loss. On the surface, that seems like a rousing success. Okay, I’ll back off a bit. Maybe not a rousing success, but a success nonetheless. They’ve grabbed a firm hold of the final playoff spot in the East [...]

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No matter how bad you want them to the Bucks cannot blow things up

No matter how bad you want them to the Bucks cannot blow things up

| February 7, 2012 | 8 Replies

ShareI’ve been beating the rebuild drum for quite a while. I’ve watched Oklahoma City and more recently, the Minnesota Timberwolves, load themselves up with talented young players. I’ve seen them flounder and flourish. I’ve also seen the risks. The Washington Wizards present the flip side of the destroy and rebuild plan. Sure, they landed John [...]

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Milwaukee Bucks acquire Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih

Milwaukee Bucks acquire Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih

| June 23, 2011 | 14 Replies

ShareAnd we’re off. Draft day begins with a bang for Milwaukee Bucks fans. All week we heard the Bucks were itching to make a move, but not necessarily just dump salary. So that’s how we got here. Milwaukee is bringing in the talented, but volatile, Stephen Jackson along with Shaun Livingston and Beno Udrih and the [...]

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Milwaukee Bucks trade John Salmons, Corey Maggette and number 10 pick

Milwaukee Bucks trade John Salmons, Corey Maggette and number 10 pick

| June 23, 2011 | 4 Replies

ShareHe’s the latest chunk of Milwaukee Bucks information floating in the sea of trade rumors. Chad Ford with the apparently final information on a crazy deal: Bucks get Beno, Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston & 19. Bobcats get pick 7 & Maggette. Kings get 10 & John Salmons. Whoa … again. *** Minutes after Gery Woelfel’s [...]

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Group Dynamics: Discussing Off-Season Priorities

Group Dynamics: Discussing Off-Season Priorities

| May 6, 2011 | 6 Replies

ShareWe’ve been having something of a meeting of the minds over the past week here at Bucksketball.com regarding where the Milwaukee Bucks decision makers may want to direct their attention this coming off-season.  We’ll get the discussion rolling in part one and close it out in part two. – JS Jeremy What needs addressing this [...]

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Positional Reviews: The Guards Part Two

Positional Reviews: The Guards Part Two

| April 21, 2011 | 1 Reply

SharePart One of Ian Segovia’s first post here at Bucksketball was posted earlier today.  It addressed the positive aspects of Bucks guards this season.  Now, for part two. Negatives Slamming John Salmons Let’s keep this short because Salmons is going to be mentioned a lot while going through the rest of the negatives. Many people [...]

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Positional Reviews: The Guards

Positional Reviews: The Guards

| April 21, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareIt is the dawn of a new era at Bucksketball.  Today’s post is the very first from one of two new contributors, Ian Segovia.  Ian was once one of the finest 12-year-old spellers Wisconsin has ever known, and has turned that innate ability to spell words like “Parallel” into the ability to construct sentences about [...]

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Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

| April 19, 2011 | 3 Replies

ShareErsan Ilyasova Continued to scrap One of the walking wounded Lost his long ball touch Every NBA player needs a card to play that makes him unique.  Ilyasova’s appeared to be his combination of scrappy play with a solid touch from three-point range.  After last season, Coach Scott Skiles talked of his hopes that Ilyasova [...]

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The distance from good: Where the Bucks could be soon

The distance from good: Where the Bucks could be soon

| April 8, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareI told a friend last year that I’d received an e-mail from a noted, yet controversial, member of the basketball community.  He replied by asking me if the e-mail was written in wingdings.  That’s the sort of crazy some people are, that you’d expect them to write exclusively in wingdings, because they are speaking a [...]

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