Share San Antonio Spurs 117 FinalRecap | Box Score 110 Milwaukee Bucks Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, PF 19 MIN | 1-4 FG | 2-4 FT | 9 REB | 0 AST | 4 PTS | -3 He did solid work containing Kawhi Lenoard and Danny Green throughout most of the night. Outside of that [...]
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Share Enemy: 48 Minutes of Hell Point Guard Keyon Dooling vs. Tony Parker It seems like none of the Spurs ever slow down. Parker is again hitting better than 50% of his shots from the field this season, an incredible number for the average point guard, but typical for Parker, who once led the league [...]
ShareBox Score/Recap/Enemy Was it or wasn’t it? Maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t. Okay, it probably was. The reality is though, that’s not a call most officials are willing to make. They want players to play the game and decide their own fate. Fate may not have been on the Bucks side on the final [...]
ShareSan Antonio Spurs (Greg Popovich) 15-11 (Probable) Inactives: Matt Bonner, Michael Finley and Marcus Haislip at Milwaukee Bucks (Scott Skiles) 12-15 (Probable) Inactives: Joe Alexander, Dan Gadzuric and Roko Ukic Date: 12/26/2009 Time: 7:30 (CST) TV: FS Wisconsin Match-Ups Point Guard Brandon Jennings vs. Tony Parker Parker has made a career out of blowing by [...]
I can already hear the cries for Michael Redd’s head. In his 11 minutes Monday he was able to very effectively do one of the things the Bucks have been struggling with this year, get to the free throw line. The problem though was his accuracy once he got there. 1-6 on the evening, a very atypical result for a career 84 percent free throw shooter. This may have just been a case of him needing to knock the rust off and get his legs back under him, I didn’t even anticipate he’d be ready until Wednesday. I encourage everyone to give Redd some more time before you jump on the “trade Redd for expiring contracts” bandwagon.
I’d almost expect Kurt Thomas to get the start in this one after how well he played on Saturday. Thomas and Gadzuric seem likely to exchange starting roles based on who the Bucks are playing in Andrew Bogut’s absence. Thomas knows the Spurs well, having spent the last year and a half in San Antonio. I’d go as far as to suspect he’ll be spending the majority of the evening as the Bucks primary defender on Tim Duncan. His veteran know-how and strong base are a better fit on Duncan than Ilyasova’s annoyance.