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Big men playing big role in Bucks offense

Published Nov. 19, 2014

Ball sharing is the core of Jason Kidd's offense, and the biggest parts of that, literally, are the team's big men. They help keep the offense moving in the half court with smart passing decisions and finishing around the rim.

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Thunderstruck: Time to feel the Bucks energy

Published Nov. 6, 2014

It's been a long time since we in Wisconsin were energized by anything the Milwaukee Bucks did. For too long, the regime of Senator Kohl didn't allow for energy, for optimism, for success. It's time to get caught up in the energy. It's time to stop fighting it, and see where it takes us.

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Bucks home opener feels like a true event

Published Oct. 31, 2014

The atmosphere in the BMO Harris Bradley Center was electric Friday night as the Milwaukee Bucks opened their 2014-15 home schedule against the Philadelphia 76ers. Was it the best basketball? Not always. But from start to finish, it felt like a true event and a place to be.

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In moving on, Sanders hungers for past success

Published Oct. 30, 2014

Two years ago, Larry Sanders was Milwaukee's darling, a sudden fan favorite of those who follow the NBA and the Milwaukee Bucks. Last year was a totally different story. In 2014-15, Sanders seeks to recapture what went right two years ago under new coach Jason Kidd with a renewed hunger for the game.

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Meet the 2014-15 Milwaukee Bucks

Published Oct. 28, 2014

The 2014-15 Milwaukee Bucks season begins Wednesday night in Charlotte, and here is a run down of the roster. Read on to find out some interesting (and quirky) facts about the team, and links to interact with them throughout the season.

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The Bucks drafted VCU Forward Larry Sanders with their first pick in the draft. First reaction: the second coming of Marcus Haislip. He’s 6’9” with a 7’5” wingspan. He’s a freak athlete, but has only been playing organized ball since 10th grade. He needs to put...


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