Friday, November 27, 2009

Milwaukee Bucks 8-5 Record Comes Without Michael Redd, and Andrew Bogut

Michael Redd is still benched. Bogut is nursing a bad back. It's been all Brandon Jennings since Redd went down. Scoring 55 on November 11th, Jennings made a splash in Milwaukee and the NBA. Since then, things have settled down.

Milwaukee has lost the last two games. It's Oklahoma facing the Milwaukee Bucks this evening. No word on Michael Redd's return. Tune in and heat up your Thanksgiving leftovers while you watch our Milwaukee Bucks take on the Thunder.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Milwaukee Bucks Center Andrew Bogut Injured, Out for 2-4 Weeks

During the Milwaukee Buck’s Wednesday night game against the New Jersey Nets, Andrew Bogut strained his left leg, an injury that will keep him out of the game for two to four weeks. The Bucks won Wednseday night’s game 99-85.

In Bogut’s absence, it is expected that centers Dan Gadzuric and Kurt Thomas will see more playing time. Michael Redd is still sidelined with a patella injury, but he did participate in Thursday’s non-contact practice. His official return date has not been announced, but he is expected to return soon while the Bucks are on the road.

The Bucks have already surprised fans with their 6-3 record and the talent of rookie Brandon Jennings. I have confidence that the Bucks will be able to continue their success despite Bogut’s injury. What do you think?

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Milwaukee Bucks Tickets in Demand as they Defeat Denver Nuggets 108-102

Last night at the Bradley Center, the Milwaukee Bucks pulled off a stunning victory over the Denver Nuggets. Rookie Brandon Jennings was on fire, scoring 32 of the team’s points including three 3 pointers in a row. In their Top 50 rookie rankings, ESPN has ranked Jennings as the top rookie in the NBA.

The Milwaukee Bucks have a three game winning streak and are currently at the top of their division with 4 wins and 2 losses, just ahead of Cleveland who has 5 wins and 3 losses. The Bucks are also undefeated at home, having defeated the Nuggets, the Timberwolves, and the Pistons.

The Bucks have a series of four home games coming up at the Bradley Center. First, the Bucks tickets will be in demand as they host the 2-5 Golden State warriors on the 14th. Then, they will face the 5-3 Dallas Mavericks, a team that is also at the top in their division. This should be an extra exciting matchup. On the 18th, the Bucks will play the winless New Jersey Nets. Finally, on the 20th, the Bucks will face off against the 3-5 Charlotte Bobcats. With four home games in the next week, there is no reason why you shouldn’t miss a game. Already the Bucks have surpassed everyone’s expectations and Brandon Jennings is simply too stellar of a player for you to miss him in action. As their motto suggests, the Bucks are working hard and playing hard and they deserve your support. They need it!

Wouldn’t it be nice to boast an undefeated record at home with seven straight wins?

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Milwaukee Bucks Brandon Jenning's Leadership Role

The Milwaukee Bucks might have a new leader in Brandon Jennings. With the season just over one week old, there have been flashes of brilliance that have come from this young point guard. We all love the wicked behind the back assists for a slam dunk. We enjoy seeing our Milwaukee Bucks make it to the top ten plays of the day on ESPN, but more important is the leadership that Jennings has put fourth.

Jennings has not been shy about forcing his way into the passing lanes. His ability to steal the ball has made up for his greenhorn moves on defense. Yes, he did spend one year in Italy, but that is not the NBA. Brandon Jennings is certainly a rookie.

With five games down, the Milwaukee Bucks record is 3-2. Michael Redd will be back on the court in the coming week. The Bucks face the Denver Nuggets tomorrow night. Then it's on to face Golden State.