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The game where Brandon Jennings makes us all forget the previous two: Bucks 98 – Bobcats 88

The game where Brandon Jennings makes us all forget the previous two: Bucks 98 – Bobcats 88

| October 31, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share Only a day ago I was wondering if Brandon Jennings was even an okay shooter.  I was concerned we would never again see the flashes of dominance or awe inspiring games that we came to expect last November.  Less than 100 games into Jennings career, and here I was worrying that he was washed [...]

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The season beings … with a fizzle: Hornets 95 – Bucks 91

The season beings … with a fizzle: Hornets 95 – Bucks 91

| October 27, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/The Enemy After a pre-season wrought with injury and uncertainty, the Milwaukee Bucks finally had their starting lineup and the majority of their players available to them Wednesday night as the regular season began. Now that an unimpressive 3-5 run through the exhibition season was in the past and the Bucks once again had [...]

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How they did what they did: Delfino’s Open Jumper

How they did what they did: Delfino’s Open Jumper

| October 15, 2010 | 3 Replies

ShareUPDATE: I’ve got the whole video thing going now.  So that’s kind of cool.  This is just the tip of the iceberg my friends.  Here’s the video of the play diagrammed below, so you know what I’m talking about. Every so often I’ll be diagramming a play from a Bucks game that I thought was [...]

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Bucks best Bobcats in third pre-season game

Bucks best Bobcats in third pre-season game

| October 10, 2010 | 4 Replies

ShareThe body count keeps rising in Milwaukee and the Bucks significant depth is getting an early test.  Of course, it’s still pre-season, so if the injuries are going to come, let’s go ahead and get them all out of the way now. Milwaukee was able to beat the Bobcats Saturday night, 86-78, despite playing without [...]

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Word Association after Pre-Season Game One

Word Association after Pre-Season Game One

| October 5, 2010 | 5 Replies

ShareBox Score / Recap First things first: the Bucks beat the Bulls to open the pre-season Tuesday night, 92-83. Good, that’s out of the way.  Now we move on. I can’t stress the importance of not blowing things out of proportion after one pre-season game.  Part of me feels like I shouldn’t even be posting [...]

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“Options” the key word at power forward for the Bucks

“Options” the key word at power forward for the Bucks

| July 20, 2010 | 16 Replies

ShareIn a seemingly impossible turn of events, it has become even more crowded inside for the Milwaukee Bucks. When Milwaukee left for Vegas Summer League last Sunday, they did so with Darnell Jackson seemingly in line to split the majority of minutes at the power forward position for the week in Vegas. Of course, Jackson [...]

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Ersan and Luc: The Known Commodities

Ersan and Luc: The Known Commodities

| July 7, 2010 | 12 Replies

ShareMuddied may be a good description for the Milwaukee Bucks current power forward situation. It’s not like there isn’t some talent there. The Bucks have everything they could ever ask for in their power forward position. Athleticism, rebounding, length, 3-point shooting, speed, power and defense. Except those skills are spread amongst five players. And for [...]

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2010 Haiku Review: Forwards

2010 Haiku Review: Forwards

| May 5, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareI reviewed the 2009-10 Milwaukee Bucks centers on Monday, today we knock out the forwards. Darnell Jackson A D-League terror, Minutes in a useless game. May have a future A late season waiver wire acquisition, the Bucks thought enough of Jackson to claim him even though he could not be on the playoff roster. This [...]

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Twelve Minutes of Hell

Twelve Minutes of Hell

| May 1, 2010 | Reply

ShareWith 3:42 left in the second quarter, John Salmons hit a jumper. In the next 12:03 of basketball time, and what seemed like eternity in real time, Milwaukee saw one more basket, a Carlos Delfino made layup, in Friday night’s game six loss. That’s the equivalent of just over one quarter of Friday night’s game [...]

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