Share Recap/Box Score/Enemy Another disappointing loss in a disappointing season. I guess finding the words to describe Milwaukee’s 100-85 drubbing at the hands of the Washington Wizards wasn’t that difficult. As Coach Scott Skiles put it after the game, the Bucks were “pretty much dominated all over the floor.” After the game the Wizards were [...]
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Share(The folks at Stubhub were kind enough to offer up some tickets for Saturday night’s Bucks-Pacers game in Milwaukee. Head on over to the Bucksketball Facebook page and see what you have to do to win. PS. It’s Kareem Bobblehead Night. – JS) Enemy: Truth About It Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. John Wall Expect [...]
Share Enemy: Truth About It .net Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. John Wall The dynamic Wall has been all but forgotten about as a rookie of the year candidate with Blake Griffin putting up a rookie season for the ages and his own injury problems, but he’s still a sight to see. Wall’s creativity was [...]
ShareMilwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 30-29 Vs. (and then At) Washington Wizards (Flip Saunders) 21-36 Dates: 3/3/2010 & 3/5/2010 Times: 7:00 (CST) & 6:00 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin & None Matchups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Randy Foye A lot has changed since the last time these teams met. Gone is Gilbert Arenas. You may have [...]
ShareWashington Wizards (Flip Saunders) 9-17 (Probable) Inactives: Jaravis Crittenton, Mike James and Mike Miller at Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 12-14 (Probable) Inactives: Joe Alexander, Dan Gadzuric and Roko Ukic Date: 12/23/2009 Time: 7:00 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin Match-Ups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Gilbert Arenas Lost in the free throw madness Monday was Brandon Jennings’ [...]
ShareRecap/Box Score The hundreds aren’t the way to go for the Bucks. The Bucks have allowed their opponent to score 100+ points on eight occasions this year. The Bucks are 2-6 in those games. They have held their opponent under 100 points nine times. The Bucks are 7-2 int hose games. Sometimes, it’s just that [...]
The Wizards are much more of that 4-3 team they are with Jamison than the 2-7 team they were without him. But that still doesn’t mean they are all that great. They seem to be searching for consistency and energy after every single game. TruthAboutIt.net has a terrific montage of interview clips after their last game, at home mind you, a loss against the Bobcats. The recurring theme? Energy. The Wizards have the talent to assume it’s an 82 game season and wins can be made up. They have guys who’ve won together, made playoff runs and seen success. They assume they can do it again and will do it when push comes to shove. Their waiting, not acting.
The Bucks might have as much talent, but their leaders (Bogut and Bell) have seen a lot of losses over the past five years. They want every single win. Have you heard anyone on the Bucks even mention energy in a loss this year? That’s one thing Bucks fans have not had to think twice about. They’ve wanted every single game. It comes with the territory when a team suddenly appears good after having sucked for years and years. Each game probably means a little more to them than it does the other team. So that’s why I think they’ll come out with this one.