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Search goes on for fourth quarter reliability: Bobcats 87 – Bucks 86

Search goes on for fourth quarter reliability: Bobcats 87 – Bucks 86

| March 29, 2011 | 5 Replies

Share (H/T The Basketball Jones and Outside The NBA) It was tough to watch the Chicago Bulls dominate the Milwaukee Bucks down the stretch last Saturday.  But hey, that’s what the Bulls do.  They are the best defensive team in the league and have the leading MVP candidate on their side.  Beating them is a [...]

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Getting back into the rotation may be a tough task for returning Bucks

Getting back into the rotation may be a tough task for returning Bucks

| March 22, 2011 | 1 Reply

ShareWith Michael Redd and Drew Gooden working their way back onto the Milwaukee Bucks active roster, questions are bound to arise regarding just how minutes will be divvied up if the Bucks soon return to full health, something they haven’t had to deal with at virtually any point during this season. But until they do, [...]

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Redd’s return fitting for the Bucks

Redd’s return fitting for the Bucks

| February 22, 2011 | 7 Replies

ShareThe boundless hours of rehab that have finally landed Michael Redd back in Milwaukee probably aren’t comparable to the many minutes Redd spent studying how to be a professional with Ray Allen back in the early 2000s, but the symmetry is worth noting.  From start to finish, Redd’s story as a member of the Bucks, [...]

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Redd to return to Bucks Monday

Redd to return to Bucks Monday

| February 15, 2011 | 5 Replies

ShareMichael Redd is getting close. He may not be ready in a week, or even two.  It may take a month before he’s back to practicing with the whole team in a five-on-five setting, but soon enough a decision will have to be made.  Will Redd eventually be added to the active roster?  Will he [...]

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Buzzer beaters and the days after

Buzzer beaters and the days after

| December 9, 2010 | Reply

Share Last second victories are sweet.  They’re more exciting, fun to watch and dramatic.  They’re everything kids dream about as they grow up. But are they the magic elixirs many hope they will end up being? Common thought is that a win like the Bucks thrilling win over the Pacers last night gives the players [...]

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Luck meets the Bucks and Redd in the middle

Luck meets the Bucks and Redd in the middle

| October 22, 2010 | Reply

ShareIf it wasn’t for bad luck, he wouldn’t have no luck at all. That’s how it’s seemed for Michael Redd these last couple years.  When he wasn’t tearing his ACL, he was spraining a knee doing something as simply as landing after a dunk. Things work themselves out in a funny way though.  Redd’s bad [...]

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Bucks nearing pre-season finish line in Ohio

Bucks nearing pre-season finish line in Ohio

| October 21, 2010 | Reply

ShareJust two games remain in the Bucks exhibition season.  Tonight, Milwaukee takes on the Cleveland Cavaliers in Columbus, Ohio.  The very same Columbus, Ohio in which Michael Redd has reportedly been holed up in every since re-injuring his knee last January.  Will Redd be in attendance this evening?  Jim Paschke reported on Sunday during the [...]

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An optimistic take on Michael Redd

An optimistic take on Michael Redd

| August 17, 2010 | 7 Replies

ShareWe’ve got a special guest in studio today in sometime contributor Ross Geiger. No, Ross did not go to Ohio State and he is not Michael Redd’s publicist. He’s just an optimist who still believes. And who knows, maybe he’ll be the one who is right on Redd. I’m not holding my breath, but it’s [...]

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Trader John has been on

Trader John has been on

| August 2, 2010 | 5 Replies

ShareSince taking over as Milwaukee Bucks general manager on April 11, 2008, John Hammond has shown he’s not afraid to make a deal. I’d go as far as to say he’s probably talking about a trade right now. He’s made more trades in his tenure than I have in the last 10 dynasties I’ve done [...]

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