Submitted by mstanton on November 28, 2012 - 5:23pm
Before they went to do a radio interview Larry Sanders and John Henson filled their cars with toys they bought to drop off for patients at Children's Hospital
Submitted by mstanton on November 28, 2012 - 11:53am
Jim Paschke talks with coach Skiles at this morning's shoot around.
Submitted by mstanton on November 27, 2012 - 7:16pm
Jim Paschke talks with Scott Skiles and Beno Udrih about Milwaukee's epic 27 point comeback in Chicago
I am more of a long-form type. So I like to think. And I have still written more stories about the Bucks (more than 1,000) than tweets about the Bucks (more than 700) in my day. But at its best, Twitter can really capture those transient human moments of joy, pain, and humor.
The problem is that one cannot possibly keep up – tweets naturally have a short lifespan because you don't read them like an article, you read them in a real-time stream. That is usually for the best, but sometimes it is nice to look back.
Where will they go from here?
The Milwaukee Bucks owned a 6-4 record through the first 10 games of their 2012-13 season.
That’s a .600 winning percentage which, if the Bucks can sustain it, would put them in the National Basketball Association Playoffs for the first time in three seasons.
A review of Bucks history will show that the team started its season at 6-4 on 12 other occasions and made the playoffs in eight of those seasons.