Share What to Watch For: Bucks The Pistons have Andre Drummond and they are the best offensive rebounding team in the league (18th in defensive rebounding percentage). And the Bucks are the worst defensive rebounding team in the league. Somehow the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons on the boards which seems like the biggest [...]
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ShareThe foundation of the Milwaukee Bucks defense is kind of shaky. They can protect the rim, there’s no doubt about that. The Bucks plethora of blocks against the Detroit Pistons proves that. In their effort to protect the rim, their combination of slow-to-rotate wings and wild, wacky, and young power forwards leave the weakside open. [...]
ShareThe Bulls were very happy on Saturday night. They won by a lot and dominated all 48 minutes of the game against the Bucks. Also, the crowd was absolutely in Chicago’s favor. There were MVP chants for Derrick Rose throughout the night. There was a chant, an embarrassing one, for Brian Scalabrine as the game [...]
ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy When a team is attempting to figure out how they’ll be able to manage without Earl Boykins, obviously that’s a sign of a rough night ahead. But Milwaukee battled. That’s more that could have been said about Monday night’s defeat. With no Boykins, or Brandon Jennings or Drew Gooden or Carlos Delfino, the [...]
ShareEnemy: By the Horns Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Derrick Rose Rose has been something of a monster this year. He’s visibly improved in every aspect of the game, from defense to 3-point shooting to passing. He’s looking every bit like a former number one pick and is a safe bet to wreak all kinds [...]
Share Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 42-34 vs. Chicago Bulls (Vinny Del Negro) 37-39 Date: April 6, 2010 Time: 7:00 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin Matchups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Derrick Rose Two of the best young point guards in the East go head-to-head once again, this time, with even more at stake. The Bucks win [...]
The Bucks are going to need better performances out of their wings in the future, specifically more than two three pointers and one free throw made out of all of their shooting guards and small forwards combined, to avoid similar fates if they are going to continue to allow this many free throws. And judging from last season and the pre-season evidence, the free throw problem isn’t going anywhere.