Watching the Clippers last night, I can't help but be reminded of the Bucks a little, at least in a (recent) historical sense.
First you've got Tim Thomas, playing inspired basketball about 40% of the time. You've got Ruben Patterson coming off the bench. You've got Sam Cassell sitting on the bench. There's also Brevin Knight, who was with the Bucks for a robust 21 games a few years ago, but that one doesn't really count - he's been with more teams than Kenny Lofton.
And who could forget about the ringleader of this basketball circus, none other than Mike Dunleavy himself. Remember him Bucks fans? It's heartwarming to know he's still employable in the NBA, that he can still put food on the table and buy suits that don't fit.
But you know what I saw in the Clippers last night that reminded me most of the Bucks? The Clippers coughed up a significant lead at home and lost the game. It's nice to be on the other end of one of those, that' for sure.