Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Former Milwaukee Buck and veteran NBA player Earl Boykins signed a one year, $1.3 million contract with the Milwaukee Bucks for the Milwaukee Bucks 2010-2011 season. The free agent point guard, who played last season with the Washington Wizards, had other offers, but ultimately chose the Milwaukee Bucks because he believed it would be the best fit for him. Boykins previously played with the Milwaukee Bucks in 2007. The five-foot-five, 34-year-old point guard will play backup for Brandon Jennings. This will be a key position as the Milwaukee Bucks lost Luke Ridnour due to free agency. As a Washington Wizard, Boykins was one of the fans' favorite players and he looks forward to returning to Milwaukee especially in light of their recent successes! Boykins also played basketball for season in Italy with teammate Brandon Jennings. What a coincidence! It'll be exciting to what Boykins contributes to the Milwaukee Bucks the second time around.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Yesterday, the Milwaukee Bucks 2010-2011 schedule was released to the public! Hooray! That means we are one step closer to the Milwaukee Bucks 2010-2011 season. I cannot wait to get my hands on a few Milwaukee Bucks tickets so that I can cheer our team to another playoff run! I feel like all the elements are in place for the Milwaukee Bucks to be serious contenders for the NBA championship. Yeah, that's right!
What is in store for the Milwaukee Bucks this 2010-2011 season? The Milwaukee Bucks begin by hosting the Charlotte Bobcats at the Bradley Center on October 30th. Maybe I will catch a glimpse of Michael Jordan again at the Bradley Center. Another hot topic among basketball fans is, when will the Miami Heat come to the Bradley Center? The Milwaukee Bucks will host the Miami Heat at the Bradley Center on December 6th and January 7th and will travel to Miami on January 4th and April 6th. Road trip?
Another favorite opponent of mine is the Boston Celtics. Some basketball experts are already projecting a Boston Celtics/Milwaukee Bucks play-offs match-up in the first round of this season's playoffs. Count me in! The Boston Celtics will play the Milwaukee Bucks in Milwaukee just one time this season, while Milwaukee will play in Boston several times. I would love to see the Milwaukee Bucks play the Boston Celtics at the Garden in Boston. Perhaps I will indulge in some Milwaukee Bucks tickets for an away game. Fear the deer!