Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Milwaukee Bucks Sign Larry Sanders

The 15th NBA selection for the 2010 draft signed a multi-year contract with our Milwaukee Bucks. Larry Sanders is 6'11" and 235lbs. His 7.7 rebounds per game and 10.3 ppg during his college days at Virgina Commonwelth University was boosted by his play as a junior.

Larry Sanders saw playing time during the 2010 Summer League in Nevada. He was a two-time Defensive Player of the Year in the CAA. Scott Skiles wants serious rebounds from Sanders. Aside from his first game in the summer league play, Sanders performed well. The addition of Sanders will certainly help move Milwaukee Bucks tickets.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Milwaukee Bucks Fans Welcome Jon Brockman

My nephew, the Washington Huskies alum is happy as can be. He's thrilled that Jon Brockman is coming to the Milwaukee Bucks. Brockman was part of the Sacramento Kings squad. His time as a Husky earned him honors as a top level college player. He holds at least three Huskies records. Will he make an impact on the Bucks squad? Time will tell.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Milwaukee Bucks Shooting Guard Michael Redd Probably Won't Return Until 2011

The Milwaukee Bucks' shooting guard Michael Redd, whose name has become synonymous with injury, is playing it safe with his recovery from his second major knee surgery. Michael Redd probably won't return to the game until February 2011. Redd wants to avoid the same fate as last season, when he suffered the 2nd major season-ended knee injury in two seasons. In order to prevent future injury, Michael Redd will most likely ease into his return into what will be the final year of his contract.

With the signing of John Salmons and Drew Goodens, the Milwaukee Bucks are attracting more high level players to the team. Also, now that LeBron James has signed with the Miami Heat, I think the Milwaukee Bucks can clinch the Central Division. I am excited to see what happens during the Milwaukee Bucks 2010-2011 season! What do you think?

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Will Milwaukee Bucks' Luke Ridnour Return Next Season?

Will Milwaukee Bucks' Luke Ridnour return next season? Signs point to no. Ridnour, who had one of his best professional seasons this past season with the Milwaukee Bucks and was instrumental in their playoff run, is an unrestricted free agent and will most likely get swept up by another team. Apparently, the New York Knicks have expressed strong interest in acquiring Luke Ridnour. In order to fill the void left by Luke Ridnour, the Milwaukee Bucks are looking at free agents. One of the free agents of interest to the Milwaukee Bucks is former Marquette Golden Eagle and Portland Trailblazer, Travis Diener.