Submitted by mstanton on December 5, 2012 - 2:41pm
Scott Skiles talks about tonight's match up with the San Antonio Spurs and Larry Sanders talks about moving to the starting lineup.
The Milwaukee Bucks are in their 44th season as a National Basketball Association franchise.
Since the Bucks’ flagship season of 1968-69, they have contended with no less than 67 opposing players who are enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, not to mention countless others who earned multiple NBA All-Star Game selections.
Submitted by mstanton on December 3, 2012 - 3:41pm
Jim Paschke brings you an update of what's happening
Fifteen games into the season, the Bucks have formed an identity. They push the ball, excel in transition, can go 13 deep any night, struggle to make threes, don’t get to the line, sometimes stall in the halfcourt, block shots, force turnovers, take care of the ball, and don’t blink when they are down by 17 or 27.
The past week started with a stunning comeback win over the Bulls and ended with a stirring comeback win over the Celtics.
The second edition of tweets of the week, spanning Nov. 26 - Dec. 2, treats us to some unbridled reaction from players after those wins, Larry Sanders earning every type of praise, and holiday toy drive details and culinary advice from Drew Gooden.
Submitted by mstanton on December 3, 2012 - 1:14pm
Jim Paschke listens in to coach Skiles as he talks about tonight's match up with the Hornets in New Orleans