Monday, December 20, 2010
The Milwaukee Bucks Point Guard Brandon Jennings will be out for 4-6 weeks due to a broken foot. Jennings fractured his foot last week in the game against San Antonio. He played for a little bit in Saturday's game against Utah, but left the game in pain. Because of this injury, Jennings' 107 consecutive games streak will end today when the Milwaukee Bucks play the Portland Trailblazers in Portland. Jennings has been the Bucks' leading scorer, three point shooter, and has made the most assists. Here's to a speedy recovery, Brandon Jennings!
Monday, December 6, 2010
The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Orlando Magic this past Saturday at the Bradley Center, 96-85. Andrew Bogut, coming off his back injury, scored a season high of 31 points and tied his season record of 18 rebounds. Bogut hasn't played in a game since November 20th due to a back injury, but he returned with a vengeance. The Magic could not hold off Bogut in their stud Dwight Howard's absence and the Bucks won! Tonight, the Milwaukee Bucks play the Miami Heat. Hopefully, Bogut will continue to be in top form.
Thursday, December 2, 2010
The much-talked about Miami Heat travel to Milwaukee on Monday, December 6th to play the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center. This has been a much anticipated match-up especially with all the hype that the Miami Heat generated in the off season. However, it does not appear that the Miami Heat are living up to their hype. The Milwaukee Bucks have suffered some disappointing losses recently and Andrew Bogut has missed games due to his injured back. In the Central Division, the Milwaukee Bucks are sitting at the bottom with the Detroit Pistons. After the excitement of last year's playoffs run, I was not expecting such results from the Milwaukee Bucks. However, there is still time for them to make a turn around. Let's hope this turn around comes on Monday against the Miami Heat. How great would that be if the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Miami Heat? That would send a loud message to basketball fans everywhere. Let's go Bucks!