Submitted by mgrahl on August 17, 2012 - 11:44pm
Bucks guard Brandon Jennings discusses some of his summer activities, the Bucks off-season transactions and his upcoming basketball camp.
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Tickets for the Milwaukee Bucks four Wisconsin-based preseason home games, including two at the BMO Harris Bradley Center and one each at the La Crosse Center (La Crosse) and the Resch Center (Green Bay), will go on sale TOMORROW, Friday, Aug. 17.
Forty years after the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks named him the first African-American general manager in all of professional sports, Hall of Famer Wayne Embry returns to Milwaukee on August 17 to be honored by the annual Fellowship Open golf tournament with its Legends Award.
The second half of a basketball game is no more important than the first half. No matter how it feels. However, the second half of a basketball game is certainly different than the first half. It is the outcome of halftime adjustments. It marks the separation between a team that loses energy and one whose focus rises as the game clock dwindles.
Are you among those who have been impressed with the United States men’s basketball team and its accomplishments in the 2012 Olympic Games in London?
Do you remember the dominance of the original “Dream Team,” the first U.S. Olympic men’s basketball contingent to feature current active National Basketball Association players, in 1992? It mowed down its eight opponents by an average of nearly 44 points per game on its way to the gold medal.
If you are reading this hot off the press, the Bucks open their 2012-13 regular season three months from tonight. They start on the road, for the 28th consecutive season. The Bradley Center buzzes one night later.