The Bucks topped off a four-game winning streak this week with wins against the Kings and Bobcats before falling at home to the Clippers on Saturday night.

In the fourth edition of tweets of the week, spanning Dec. 10—Dec. 16, Tobias ruminates on one of his favorite subjects (naps), Drew Gooden gives a follower free tickets, and we celebrate Luc Mbah a Moute Day.

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Last night I was resting my noggin on the sleep sack when my mind started to run. Maybe it was the heavy dose of Kid Cudi, or the glass of Diet Mountain Dew on the rocks. I don’t know. Either way, I couldn’t fall asleep. I was out of my typical routine. No matter what I tried, I just laid there staring at the ceiling and I began to wonder what the Bucks were thinking as they too drifted to sleep.

Milwaukee's Block

How often do you notice when a shot is not blocked?

One season after ranking 15th overall, the Bucks lead the NBA in blocks per game. And Larry Sanders leads all players in blocks per game. You may have heard.

Something you may not have noticed? The Bucks are rarely blocked, themselves. In fact, only the Heat and Thunder have their own shots blocked less frequently.

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