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The Next Day: Reaction on the Samuel Dalembert trade

The Next Day: Reaction on the Samuel Dalembert trade

| June 28, 2012 | 2 Replies

Share Not every trade requires celebration or damnation. Some only require the nod of a head and an acknowledgement that the guys in charge are seeing the obvious things. Last year, the Milwaukee Bucks badly needed a center. Their first move this summer? Trade some role players for a probable starter at center. Well done. [...]

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Wojnarowski: Bucks acquire Samuel Dalembert

Wojnarowski: Bucks acquire Samuel Dalembert

| June 27, 2012 | 28 Replies

ShareWe’ve all been had. The Milwaukee Bucks were actively talking trade all along! While it isn’t the roster shakeup we’ve seen the team make in each of the past two seasons, the Bucks have unloaded some fringe rotation players to land a guy who could be at least part of a solution at that pesky [...]

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Brockman Ruins Things. They All Ruin Things. Magic 94 – Bucks 85

Brockman Ruins Things. They All Ruin Things. Magic 94 – Bucks 85

| February 17, 2012 | 11 Replies

Share Milwaukee Bucks 85 Final Recap | Box Score 94 Orlando Magic Jon Leuer, F 7 MIN | 0-2 FG | 0-0 FT | 1 REB | 1 AST | 0 PTS | -3 The Jon Leuer experience came to a grinding halt because of foul trouble. What a sad day for Wisconsin. A sad [...]

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Andrew Bogut is out and replacement options are thin

Andrew Bogut is out and replacement options are thin

| January 27, 2012 | 18 Replies

ShareWe know Andrew Bogut is going to be out (UPDATE: We now know it will be 8-to-12 weeks too. Damn). His ankle won’t unfracture quickly. Whether or not this torpedoes Milwaukee’s already fragile season largely depends on who replaces the majority of Bogut’s 30 minutes each night. The early candidate is Drew Gooden. He will likely get the [...]

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Jon Leuer a “no-brainer” for the Milwaukee Bucks

Jon Leuer a “no-brainer” for the Milwaukee Bucks

| June 24, 2011 | Reply

ShareThe Milwaukee Bucks may be Wisconsin’s pro basketball team, but it is far from being the premiere basketball program within the state. That honor would go to the Wisconsin Badgers men’s team (*ducks away from Marquette fans*). And the Bucks just drafted its favorite son, Jon Leuer. With the 40th pick of the draft, the [...]

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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 Review: The Centers

Positional Review: The Centers

| May 2, 2011 | Reply

Share(We’re back.  After a week long hiatus, Bucksketball will be back in full effect this week, starting with a rundown of Milwaukee’s center production this season.  We’ll look ahead this week and see where the Bucks need to patch up some holes in a roster full of them this off-season later in the week.  -JS) [...]

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Part One: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

Part One: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

| April 18, 2011 | Reply

ShareGoin’ alphabetical this season.  First half today, second half tomorrow.  Enjoy. Earl Barron Once finished a play Coming out of timeout. Sad. Clear role, in swamp O. He was only in Milwaukee briefly, playing in seven March games, but he did well what he does.  He crashed the offensive glass and made mid-range jumpers.  He [...]

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Jon Brockman’s trick shots or “That’s how it’s done”

Jon Brockman’s trick shots or “That’s how it’s done”

| March 24, 2011 | 9 Replies

Share Now you can’t say this season has no highlight.  My favorite?  The bounce from the upper reaches of the 200 level.  Are you kidding me? Jeremy Schmidt writes the Milwaukee Bucks blog Bucksketball.com. Follow him on Twitter.  Become a fan on Facebook (right sidebar). Share

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