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2011-2012 Buck Hits!

2011-2012 Buck Hits!

| December 29, 2011 | Reply

Share They’re back! After a lockout-sized hiatus, Buck Hits have returned to bring you the very best of the Bucks from around the web. Much to discuss, so without further adieu… Recap 12/27/11 Bucks v. Wolves Box Score Analysis: JSOnline, Brewhoop, We’re Bucked Power Rankings Marc Stein: 17 NBA.com: 17 Charles Gardner: 16 Share

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The New NBA CBA and Milwaukee Bucks fans

The New NBA CBA and Milwaukee Bucks fans

| November 30, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareLegal jargon has turned into business jargon as the NBA closes in on finalizing the CBA agreed upon in principle by the league and the players. A lot of it is confusing and a lot of it means little to most fans. But some of it could have a direct impact on the Milwaukee Bucks. [...]

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The Best of a Bad Situation: Ray Allen Continued

The Best of a Bad Situation: Ray Allen Continued

| October 26, 2011 | 5 Replies

Share(We’re not quite done with Ray Allen just yet. We announced him as our top Milwaukee Bucks player of the past 20 years on Tuesday. Today, Josh Hilgendorf has his own take on Ray Allen. And we have more Ray Allen lined up for later this week. – JS) Choosing the top 20 Bucks’ players [...]

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The Best of a Bad Situation: 1. Ray Allen

The Best of a Bad Situation: 1. Ray Allen

| October 25, 2011 | 7 Replies

ShareThere was never a doubt we’d end up here. Ask any NBA fan if there is a Milwaukee Bucks player they can remember over the past 20 years and, after thinking for a while, they’ll probably say Michael Redd. But that’s only because he or she forgot the Bucks used to actually have a real [...]

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The Best of a Bad Situation: 2. Michael Redd

The Best of a Bad Situation: 2. Michael Redd

| October 19, 2011 | 7 Replies

ShareMichael Redd’s two arms would flick the ball from behind his head towards the hoop from behind the three-point line as only he could. Seconds later, that ball would fall through the net and the crowd would cheer on their star. Between his accuracy and the peculiarity of his stroke, Michael Redd was a very [...]

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The Best of a Bad Situation: 10. Desmond Mason

The Best of a Bad Situation: 10. Desmond Mason

| September 21, 2011 | 1 Reply

Share(We’re counting down the best 20 Bucks since 1991 over the next few weeks. It’s something to do with the lockout sucking the life out of NBA fans. We continue with number 10. Desmond Mason. Dunks and dunks and dunks and dunks. Also, art. – Jeremy) Initially, I didn’t like Desmond Mason. It wasn’t his [...]

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Woelfel: Redd heading to title contender

Woelfel: Redd heading to title contender

| August 10, 2011 | 2 Replies

ShareFrom Gery Woelfel at journaltimes.com: I’ve heard Milwaukee Bucks management approached Michael Redd before the lockout about returning for another season, although my impeccable sources insist he’s going to wind up with one of the Eastern Conference’s title contenders. Awwwwwwww.  It was all but certain before, but it seems that Michael Redd is finally gone [...]

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Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

Part Two: Haiku Reviews 2010-11

| April 19, 2011 | 3 Replies

ShareErsan Ilyasova Continued to scrap One of the walking wounded Lost his long ball touch Every NBA player needs a card to play that makes him unique.  Ilyasova’s appeared to be his combination of scrappy play with a solid touch from three-point range.  After last season, Coach Scott Skiles talked of his hopes that Ilyasova [...]

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Goodenough: Bucks 104 – Raptors 98

Goodenough: Bucks 104 – Raptors 98

| March 31, 2011 | Reply

ShareOh, what a tease. After months of injuries, underwhelming performances, failures to execute, missed shots and fourth quarter collapses, most people feel like they have a pretty good handle on this Bucks team.  But Wednesday night’s 104-98 victory over the Toronto Raptors certainly didn’t fit the profile that’s been established. Recent gruesome losses featuring very [...]

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