Share In 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.
Tag: Kelvin Sampson
ShareAccording to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Milwaukee Bucks will be interviewing Kelvin Sampson and Nate McMillan about the team’s head coaching job this week: McMillan and Sampson, a Houston Rocketsassistant, are two of Milwaukee general manager John Hammond’s top candidates for the job, league sources said. The news on Sampson comes as no surprise. Immediately after, [...]
ShareEditor’s Note: Congrats to our own Buck Hits / photoshop pro Jon Hartzell. He landed an internship with the NBA for this summer after doing killer work at Bucksketball this year. Send him well wishes. – JS I don’t have anything to add to what Jeremy wrote yesterday. We’re all sad. We’re all scared. This is [...]
ShareAfter months of speculation and at least one interview for a head coaching job, Kelvin Sampson has officially moved on from the Milwaukee Bucks. Sampson has signed on to become the associate head coach on Kevin McHale’s Houston Rockets staff, a step up from his position in Milwaukee behind recently retained Jim Boylan on Scott [...]
ShareAt some point this season, Larry Sanders and Tiny Gallon are going to look like they were put on this Earth to play basketball in the NBA. Times will be good. At some point this season, they’ll be glued to the bench, saddled with foul trouble or fighting inconsistency. Times will be bad. Even the [...]
ShareWinning organizations don’t last in the NBA. Professional sports leagues are copycat clubs, and the NBA is no different. The Bucks dove into Detroit’s annual conference champion organization to get general manager John Hammond. Successful organizations lose key members all of the time, it’s the price they pay for their success. So perhaps Milwaukee should [...]
ShareTwo games, two disappointing losses, two completely different ways. A blowout in San Antonio and a nail biter that slipped away like it was covered in butter. There is no easy way to digest this one. The Bucks were up five with 50 seconds to go in regulation. A few jumpers, some free throw retaliations [...]