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Tiny Gallon, Thanasis Antetokounmpo and more D-League chatter

Tiny Gallon, Thanasis Antetokounmpo and more D-League chatter

| February 5, 2014 | 7 Replies

Share We had the chance recently to exchange e-mails with Gino Pilato, purveyor of veteran TrueHoop Network blog D-League Digest. Right now, the Bucks have no available roster spots and a roster that’s already crowded with players clamoring for more minutes. But a 2-for-1 trade or some other sort of trade that could open up [...]

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Things for you to look at on October 7th

Things for you to look at on October 7th

| October 7, 2010 | Reply

ShareTiny Gallon’s brief run as a Bucks player went from, possible steal of a second round pick, to training camp casualty with alarming speed.  He, Billy Rush and Tory Jackson all had their numbers called yesterday, leaving the Bucks with 17 players in camp and two non-guaranteed contracts left in Brian Skinner and Chris Kramer. [...]

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Fanhouse: Dampier considering Bucks

Fanhouse: Dampier considering Bucks

| September 26, 2010 | 6 Replies

ShareJared Reiner.  Damir Markota.  Francisco Elson.  Dan Gadzuric.  Jake Voskuhl.  Primoz Brezec. Finding a backup center for Andrew Bogut hasn’t been an easy task for the Milwaukee Bucks since their center was picked number one in 2005.  Now, finally, the Bucks may have the inside track on the reasonably priced, veteran big man they’ve been [...]

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“Post up closer Tiny Gallon”

“Post up closer Tiny Gallon”

| September 19, 2010 | 4 Replies

Share I’ll assume you’ve seen Almost Famous.  Surely you remember the bus ride scene in which they all sing Tiny Dancer.  What a fun moment that was (here’s a link), albeit incredibly unlikely.  The Allman Brothers (or whatever other band this band is based on) breaking out into an Elton John song on a bus [...]

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Darington Hobson is signed; Tiny Gallon is not

Darington Hobson is signed; Tiny Gallon is not

| September 3, 2010 | 6 Replies

ShareOne of the great mysteries of the Bucks off season appears to have reached its conclusion. Darington Hobson has finally been signed.  Tiny Gallon?  Not so much. Hobson’s signing pushes the Bucks roster to its regular season 15-man limit, which likely means Gallon will be playing elsewhere this season.  Whether that is Europe or in [...]

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Patience: None for Redd, More for Gallon

Patience: None for Redd, More for Gallon

| July 23, 2010 | 8 Replies

ShareTypically, patience isn’t a strong suit of sports fans. Instant gratification is the name of the game. Fans are paying money, they’re living and dying with their favorite teams games every night, they don’t want to hear about some rebuilding plan that’s going to force them to wait a few years for success. They want [...]

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“Options” the key word at power forward for the Bucks

“Options” the key word at power forward for the Bucks

| July 20, 2010 | 16 Replies

ShareIn a seemingly impossible turn of events, it has become even more crowded inside for the Milwaukee Bucks. When Milwaukee left for Vegas Summer League last Sunday, they did so with Darnell Jackson seemingly in line to split the majority of minutes at the power forward position for the week in Vegas. Of course, Jackson [...]

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The Kelvin Sampson Influence

The Kelvin Sampson Influence

| July 19, 2010 | 1 Reply

ShareAt some point this season, Larry Sanders and Tiny Gallon are going to look like they were put on this Earth to play basketball in the NBA. Times will be good. At some point this season, they’ll be glued to the bench, saddled with foul trouble or fighting inconsistency. Times will be bad. Even the [...]

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Bucks lose fourth straight summer league game to Heat

Bucks lose fourth straight summer league game to Heat

| July 17, 2010 | Reply

ShareThe ugly streak that’s been referred to as Bucks summer league basketball this week continued with another loss Friday evening, this time at the hands of the Miami Heat 78-58. A new point guard in Sun Yue was in the house, but he could do little to make up for the struggles for the rest [...]

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