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Things to look at on October 1st

Things to look at on October 1st

| October 1, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share I thought this was pretty cool.  That new scoreboard at the Bradley Center sure looks like an improvement. ******** If you haven’t checked out John Hollinger’s extended Bucks season preview yet, take the time to do so.  It’s very, very thorough and well thought out.  What I thought especially seemed on point was his [...]

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Bucks sign Keyon Dooling

Bucks sign Keyon Dooling

| July 19, 2010 | 4 Replies

ShareThe Milwaukee Bucks have signed Keyon Dooling to a two-year-deal to backup Brandon Jennings. After the departure of Luke Ridnour, backup point guard was the last hole on a roster that’s become incredibly deep this off-season. Heading into his 11th season, the 6-foot-3, 195 pound Dooling brings a different dimension to the point guard spot [...]

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The arrival of free agency and what it means for the Milwaukee Bucks

The arrival of free agency and what it means for the Milwaukee Bucks

| June 30, 2010 | 4 Replies

ShareBeginning at 12:01 AM Thursday morning, NBA teams will be doing all kinds of embarrassing things in an attempt to lure free agents of varying talents to come spend their next three to five years with a brand new team. Email accounts for fans to write in saying how much they wish Player A would [...]

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A Preview of the Milwaukee Bucks and Free Agency

A Preview of the Milwaukee Bucks and Free Agency

| May 12, 2010 | 4 Replies

ShareSalary returning for Milwaukee: $56,068,163 (Kudos to ShamSports.com for the numbers) Salary Cap: $58-60 million Luxury Tax Level: Between $70-75 million (Probably at least. The NBA out did their projections it sounds like, so I’d expect the luxury tax not to fall from its current amount: $69.920 million.) Resignable Free Agents Luke Ridnour John Salmons [...]

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2010 Haiku Review: Guards

2010 Haiku Review: Guards

| May 10, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareAfter a few days off to recharge my battery, I’m back with the final segment of the Haiku Reviews. Coming in the next week will be more on potential free agent targets and a draft page. Stay tuned this week. Jodie Meeks Shots caromed off rim Motor never stopped running It paid off later. Meeks [...]

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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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Game the Sixth: Opportunity Knocks

Game the Sixth: Opportunity Knocks

| April 30, 2010 | 1 Reply

Share Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 3-2 vs. Atlanta Hawks (Mike Woodson) 2-3 Date: 4/30/2010 Time: 6:00 (CST) TV: ESPN & FS Wisconsin The Breakdown By game six in a seven game playoff series, there are no secrets any more. Both teams know what their opponent wants to do, both teams know what their own teams [...]

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Progress is supposed to be a slow process: Bucks 91 – Hawks 87

Progress is supposed to be a slow process: Bucks 91 – Hawks 87

| April 29, 2010 | 6 Replies

Share Isn’t it funny how a matter of moments can alter the perception of one shot? Along with many others that joined me on Wednesday evening’s Daily Dime Live, I thought Josh Smith had finished off the Bucks with just over four minutes to go Wednesday night.  Smith faded a little bit from the top [...]

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Emailing with the Enemy

Emailing with the Enemy

| April 15, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareHawk watching has not been a big part of my life this basketball season.  Obviously my hands are a little bit tied with the Bucks playing as frequently as they are.  Fortunately, the TrueHoop Network has got me covered.  The Atlanta Hawks have a terrific blogger by the name of Bret Lagree.  He and I [...]

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