Tuesday, November 23, 2010
The Milwaukee Bucks suffered their third straight loss Saturday evening at the Bradley Center against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the Thunder 82-81. It's disappointing when the Milwaukee Bucks can't win close games such as that one. Currently, the Milwaukee Bucks rank last in the league in average points per game and their shooting percentage. Despite all these facts, the Milwaukee Bucks are not losing confidence in their abilities. They recognize that they need to continue the hard work in order to see the results that they want. Up next, the Milwaukee Bucks travel to Cleveland on the 24th of November followed by another road game in Detroit on the 26th of November. Here's hoping the Milwaukee Bucks can turn it around and post some wins.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Tonight at the Bradley Center, the Milwaukee Bucks host the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers started out their season with an 8-0 record only to lose two games on the road. Tonight, if the Los Angeles Lakers lose, it would become their third loss in a row. The Milwaukee Bucks, on the other hand, are a winning streak and have finally evened out their record to 5-5. Last year, the Milwaukee Bucks suffered a devastating loss to the Lakers in the last second of the game. The Milwaukee Bucks will undoubtedly try to avenge that loss in tonight's game. Go Bucks go!
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Last night, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 108-91. This marks the Atlanta Hawks' third straight loss in a row. Last meeting was in last years playoffs when the Bucks' were eliminated. Corey Maggette lead the Bucks' scoring with 20 points. Last night's win in Atlanta makes the Milwaukee Bucks overall record 4-5. The Milwaukee Bucks were off to a slow start this season, but after defeating Atlanta and the New York Knicks before that, it looks like the Milwaukee Bucks are back in business. This is the Milwaukee Bucks team that we've been waiting for! This Saturday, the Milwaukee Bucks play the Golden State Warriors at the Bradley Center. On Monday, the Milwaukee Bucks host the LA Lakers at the Bradley Center.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Milwaukee Bucks Defeat Charlotte Bobcats in Bradley Center Opener | Jennings Gets First Triple Double
The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Charlotte Bobcats in the Bradley Center home opener, 99-88. During this game, Brandon Jennings made his first triple-double and finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. Jennings' triple-double marks the second triple-double of this year's NBA season. Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics made a triple-double Friday night against the New York Knicks. Saturday night's Bradley Center opener also marked Andrew Bogut's first time playing at the Bradley Center since his April 3rd injury. Bogut posted 14 points. Tonight, the Milwaukee Bucks host the Portland Trailblazers at 7PM.