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Report: Bucks’ Keyon Dooling to the Boston Celtics

Report: Bucks’ Keyon Dooling to the Boston Celtics

| December 8, 2011 | 7 Replies

Share UPDATE: Charles F. Gardner is reporting Dooling and a second round pick will be heading to Boston for a trade exception. Alex Kennedy of Hoopsworld adds on to an earlier report from Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times, tweeting that Milwaukee Bucks backup point guard Keyon Dooling will be heading to the Boston Celtics [...]

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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 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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Bucks score 72, no one is surprised: Magic 78 – Bucks 72

Bucks score 72, no one is surprised: Magic 78 – Bucks 72

| April 5, 2011 | 3 Replies

ShareFall behind early, battle back admirably, close the lead to an obtainable amount in the fourth quarter and then turn the ball over and stall offensively at key moments, preventing a seemingly waiting to be had game. Happened again against Orlando, as it has so many times this season.  Milwaukee dropped a tough to watch [...]

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Sloppy execution is no way to win games: Warriors 100 – Bucks 94

Sloppy execution is no way to win games: Warriors 100 – Bucks 94

| February 4, 2011 | 4 Replies

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy The fourth quarter seems like a logical place to start.  After all, the Milwaukee Bucks were right there.  They didn’t have to spend the period playing catchup.  They didn’t dig themselves a hole, they weren’t in trouble.  Coming into the fourth quarter, the Bucks actually held a lead.  It wasn’t large, just a [...]

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A summary of the Bucks offense in one possession

A summary of the Bucks offense in one possession

| February 3, 2011 | Reply

ShareTweeted this during the Bucks-Clippers game Monday evening: Milwaukee had just come out of a timeout, a full timeout, and ended up with one of the worst shots they’ve attempted all season.  Without question the worst one I’ve seen them produce after a timeout.  This is a team that ran one of the finest sets [...]

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Lining up the Bucks: The best and worst Bucks lineups this season

Lining up the Bucks: The best and worst Bucks lineups this season

| February 2, 2011 | Reply

Share Now we see the numbers.  So what do these lineups tell us?  We’ll start with the good ones. Share

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Game 43 Preview: Bucks vs. Hawks

Game 43 Preview: Bucks vs. Hawks

| January 26, 2011 | Reply

Share Enemy: Hoopinion Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Mike Bibby We’ve been over this a time or two.  Dooling: defense.  Bibby: offense.  Fortunately for Milwaukee, Dooling’s a better offensive player than Bibby is a defensive player.  Especially lately.  Dooling’s connected on 43.2% of his threes this month and 41.6% of his shots overall.  Injuries to [...]

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