The Bucks got a big victory tonight over the Cavs after Kyrie Irving dribbled the ball off his foot (I know, we’re shocked too). Despite the win, the future of their newly extended big man Larry Sanders is still up in the air as police continue to investigate allegations about his role in a fight at a Milwaukee club early Sunday morning. Read More »
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The NBA has finally returned and after the first few days every team is back in action. Bodies are fresh, players are coming back from injuries and almost everyone is optimistic. The state of the NBA is full of hope.
Unfortunately for many, the NBA is a long season and those great aspirations can be quickly turned around due to injury or just misplaced expectations. Read More »
With the start of the 2013-14 NBA season rapidly approaching, we thought it only fair to share what makes each team so exciting. Ontologically speaking, all 30 teams deserve our eyeballs this season. Even disastrous lineups still present oodles of plays, personalities, highlights and headaches. Here are five things to keep in mind for each team before flipping the channel.
Next up, a Milwaukee Bucks team without much of an identity and a whole lot of new faces. Read More »
Every year, diehard NBA fans look forward to a few things that surround the upcoming year other than the season itself.
We as fans have always looked forward to the national TV Schedule, Christmas games, our favorite team’s opening night matchups, when certain players or teams come to our town, when traded players or free agents who jumped ship travel back to the city they were on the year prior, the release of video games and the superstars and rookies’ ratings in them, fantasy drafts and so on and so on. Read More »
The other day, while I read the article in which Jason Terry mocked J.R. Smith’s recent championship guarantee, something regarding the whole situation hit me: Up until that moment, there really hadn’t been much of an outcry from anyone in the basketball world. Read More »
It’s an almost impossible task for one man to carry a NBA team. We are seeing more and more players with unique skill-sets flock into the league each year, which is why some superstars are pairing up with one another. Over time, many superstar combos seamlessly gelled together. Read More »
I’ve been busy this weekend moving from Brooklyn to just outside the city that birthed one of the most dominating centers in NBA history: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Before Kareem — when he went by Lew Alcinder, and before he would win 6 MVP awards and 5 NBA titles over a twenty-year Hall-of-Fame career — Lew was the 3-time NCAA champion making his pro debut in Milwaukee as he shared on Friday. Read More »
There is a certain level of maturity exuded in the personality of Brandon Knight. It’s a maturity that a third-year player at age 21 doesn’t often have. He isn’t concerned with highlight plays in his favor or against him. He is about getting better and just playing the game hard.
While most NBA players don’t look to Milwaukee as their destination of choice, he is embracing the trade that sent him there as an opportunity to grow both individually and with the new young core on the Bucks. Read More »