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Bucks vs. Bobcats Pregame: Breakfast Edition

Bucks vs. Bobcats Pregame: Breakfast Edition

| October 25, 2012 | 7 Replies

Share Not much should be taken from NBA preseason games. Coaches mess around with rotations, players aren’t always giving it full effort and games sometimes start at 10 in the morning. But, for the sanity of Milwaukee Bucks fans everywhere, the Bucks (2-4) need to win today’s game against the Charlotte Bobcats (1-5). Last year, [...]

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2012 Player Capsules: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

2012 Player Capsules: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

| October 1, 2012 | Reply

ShareWhen Luc Richard Mbah a Moute was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2008, he joined an organization that had recently undergone an overhaul. The John Hammond/Scott Skiles era had begun. Ramon Sessions, Michael Redd, Richard Jefferson, Charlie Villaneuva and Andrew Bogut were ready to show the league that defense truly didn’t matter. Unfortunately, that [...]

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A Bucks tradition unlike any other

A Bucks tradition unlike any other

| April 11, 2011 | Reply

ShareI was out of town this past weekend, so I didn’t catch Friday night’s Bucks-Pistons game or Saturday night’s Bucks-Cavs game.  Even when I’m away, I try and keep an eye and a half on the game, just in case something major happens.  I hate missing games entirely, especially home games.  There’s always that chance [...]

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The Cavaliers … they aren’t good: Bucks 102 – Cavs 88

The Cavaliers … they aren’t good: Bucks 102 – Cavs 88

| January 21, 2011 | Reply

ShareRecap/Box Score/Enemy If only Ramon Sessions had been bottled up a bit more, Milwaukee really would have had a night to boast about.  I guess teams shouldn’t really boast about beating the Cavs though, regardless of how lopsided the affair is. Regardless, Milwaukee had a statistical advantage across the board against Cleveland.  More rebounds, more [...]

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Game 40 Preview: Bucks at Cavs

Game 40 Preview: Bucks at Cavs

| January 21, 2011 | Reply

Share Enemy: Cavs: The Blog Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Ramon Sessions It saddens me that Sessions can’t find a good situation.  Year after year he’s shuffled off to worse teams, constantly backing up a point guard without a future.  Whenever Sessions has enjoyed the luxury of significant minutes, numbers follow.  But the one thorn [...]

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Bucks lose another game, Bogut and Gooden working well together

Bucks lose another game, Bogut and Gooden working well together

| October 22, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareAnother game, another loss that I’ll attempt to rationalize.  I shouldn’t even say attempt, because these pre-season losses are all easy to shake off and ignore.  And Thursday night’s loss to Cleveland is probably the easiest to ignore of them all.  Thursday night the Bucks played Andrew Bogut and Drew Gooden together for roughly 15 [...]

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Milwaukee’s use of the D-League

Milwaukee’s use of the D-League

| September 7, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareRecently, the TrueHoop Network’s D-League blog D-League Digest polled the network to see what respective blogs thought about their team’s usage of the D-League as a development tool. As far as the Bucks are concerned, I gave them a D.  Here’s a sample of my thoughts on the matter: It’s tough to criticize the Bucks [...]

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Media Not Bullish On Bucks, But Why?

Media Not Bullish On Bucks, But Why?

| October 27, 2009 | Reply

ShareIt’s easy to slam the Bucks past off-season. Richard Jefferson was a big name, possibly a bigger name than Michael Redd.  Jefferson led the Bucks in virtually every important offensive category last season.  Jefferson has loads of playoff experience, a tendency to get to the free throw line and convert and as much athleticism as [...]

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Buck Hits: 10-5

Buck Hits: 10-5

| October 5, 2009 | 2 Replies

ShareFirst off, an addition to the glossary from today’s earlier post.  Pace factor is going to be a key for the Bucks this year and I am going to be keeping my eye on it and bringing it up constantly.  Get to know it. The Sporting News has been counting backwards in a power poll [...]

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