Submitted by mstanton on July 3, 2012 - 9:39am
Jim Paschke highlights Samuel Dalembert's press conference as he's introduced to the Milwaukee media.
NBA players shoot approximately 0.00 % when their shot is blocked. It is just not the best strategy to make a basket. But in 2011-12, the Bucks did not block an extraordinary amount of shots.
In 66 games, the Bucks blocked 335 shots. The league average? 336. They ranked 15th out of 30 teams. Right in the middle. So as you can see, the Bucks did not block an extraordinary amount of shots -- rather, they blocked a very ordinary amount of shots.
Submitted by mstanton on July 2, 2012 - 1:47pm
The Bucks are giving fans a chance to rest their ears while at The World’s Largest Music Festival and spend some time with Bucks players, Rim Rockers and the Energee! Dance Team.
Submitted by mstanton on July 2, 2012 - 12:09pm
Samuel Dalembert talks with the Milwaukee Media during a Bucks.com Live Streaming Press Conference
Samuel Dalembert has started 582 games in the NBA. And he has started at center in each one of those 582 starts. He was a center then, he is a center now, and he will be a center tomorrow.
A big part of a basketball coach's job is to detect a player's habits.
Once the coach finds them, he and his staff typically undertake the challenge of breaking them.
Milwaukee Bucks head coach Scott Skiles was quick to take note of a habit shared by John Henson and Doron Lamb, but Skiles hopes it is one that never gets broken.
Submitted by mgrahl on June 29, 2012 - 5:09pm
The Bucks 2012 Draft Picks, John Henson and Doron Lamb, talk with members of the media during the Bucks Draft Press Conference.
Submitted by mstanton on June 29, 2012 - 12:50pm
Bucks GM John Hammond and head coach Scott Skiles introduce Milwaukee's 2012 draft picks, John Henson and Doron Lamb, to Milwaukee.