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Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick: Bucks — Pacers Preview

Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick: Bucks — Pacers Preview

| April 9, 2014 | 3 Replies

Share What to Watch For: Bucks Each game is another tick on the season clock that continues to very slowly approach midnight. There’s not much left to watch for the Bucks, though John Henson is coming off his strongest game in quite some time. Maybe there will be a fun dunk. What to Watch For: [...]

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Larry Sanders may be very much improved, but he’s not Most Improved

Larry Sanders may be very much improved, but he’s not Most Improved

| April 23, 2013 | 2 Replies

ShareDespite a fun campaign worthy of his very strong season, Larry Sanders was not voted the NBA’s Most Improved player for the 2012-13 season. He lost out on one of the two awards many were pushing for him to get serious consideration for to another member of his draft class, Indiana Pacers forward Paul George. [...]

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Back Home: Indiana Pacers at Milwaukee Bucks Preview

Back Home: Indiana Pacers at Milwaukee Bucks Preview

| November 14, 2012 | 15 Replies

ShareDanny Granger sure was important. A year removed from being the three-seed in the East, the Indiana Pacers (3-5) are struggling without their All-Star forward who will be out the next three months due to Patellar tendonitis in his left knee. And it’s not like the Pacers are struggling against good teams, either. Their three [...]

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The Indiana Pacers are struggling. What’s that mean for the Milwaukee Bucks?

The Indiana Pacers are struggling. What’s that mean for the Milwaukee Bucks?

| November 14, 2012 | 6 Replies

ShareWhen the Milwaukee Bucks grow up, there’s little doubt they’d love to be the Indiana Pacers. At least that’s the ideal scenario, given the way things have been heading over the past few years. After the Malice at the Palace, the Pacers tore down from the top and slowly started to rebuild. But they didn’t [...]

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The East is as good as it’s been since 2004. So, the Bucks are in trouble

The East is as good as it’s been since 2004. So, the Bucks are in trouble

| January 25, 2012 | 5 Replies

ShareI don’t wish to alarm you, but slowly and surely over the past few years, something has changed in the Eastern Conference, little by little. And this season, it’s more evident than it has been in quite some time. The East isn’t really the Least any more. The 2004-05 season was the last time the [...]

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Game 75 Preview: Memory jogging with the Indiana Pacers

Game 75 Preview: Memory jogging with the Indiana Pacers

| April 1, 2011 | 1 Reply

Share Maybe? Maybe the Milwaukee Bucks can pull out a big win against the Indiana Pacers on Friday night at Conseco Fieldhouse.  Maybe they can keep their season alive for at least one more night.  They’ve done far more improbable things against the Pacers this season already.  It won’t be easy though.  Not against a [...]

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2010 Workouts: Paul George

2010 Workouts: Paul George

| May 18, 2010 | 2 Replies

ShareBucks.com has the goods on the likeliest candidate at number 15 to workout Monday. On what he would bring to the Bucks… “Just another guard that can kind of handle some pressure and take it off of Brandon Jennings a little bit in the backcourt. Just be another shooter and get out and defend. I [...]

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A Milwaukee Bucks 2010 NBA Draft Preview: Athletic Projects

A Milwaukee Bucks 2010 NBA Draft Preview: Athletic Projects

| May 15, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareWhen David Stern steps to the podium on June 24th and says, “With the 15th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the Milwaukee Bucks select …” he’ll really be announcing something different when he says the lucky player’s name. He may be saying, “an athletic project” like he did with Joe Alexander two drafts back. [...]

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