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  1. Brandon Jennings out 4-6 weeks with foot fracture, surgery

    Dec 20, 2010, 2:08 PM EDT

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    We tried to warn you something bad was afoot, so to speak, but this was worse news than expected. And very bad news for a Bucks team that finally got Andrew Bogut back and was trying to get back into the playoff chase. Brandon Jennings will be out four to six weeks when an MRI…

  2. Brandon Jennings gets MRI on sore foot, will miss at least one game

    Dec 19, 2010, 12:11 PM EDT

    Brandon Jennings

    Brandon Jennings injured his foot on Wednesday night against San Antonio. He played through it that game and was on the court Saturday even though it still hurt. The injury robbed him of his usual burst. Which is particularly bad when you are matched up against Deron Williams. Jennings told the Journal-Sentinel he is going…

  3. Did Manu Ginobili travel on his game winner? Yes he did.

    Dec 16, 2010, 9:22 AM EDT

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    It was the other dramatic game winner Wednesday night — Manu Ginobili hit a step-back from the elbow as the buzzer sounded giving the Spurs 92-90 win over the Bucks. But was it legal? Watch the video below, Ginobili travels. Ginobili drives left (of course he does) with Luc Richard Mbah a Moute on him,…

  4. Baseline to Baseline recaps: Dallas had to lose sometime

    Dec 14, 2010, 3:34 AM EDT

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    What you missed while reminiscing about how great Moses Malone was… Our game of the night was LeBron James’ team besting his good friend Chris Paul’s team…. Bucks 103, Mavericks 99: Dallas has played some very good zone defense during the 12-game win streak they had entering this game — Brandon Jennings carved it up…

  5. Saturday Starting Five: First quarter LVPs

    Dec 11, 2010, 9:55 PM EDT

    Golden State Warriors v Miami Heat

    Our first quarter is over, so it’s time for that time honored cliche, first quarter MVPs, which usually have nothing to do with four-quarter MVPs. But instead, for our Saturday Starting Five, we’ll be covering those players who haven’t lived up to what their teams have needed, or paid, them to be. Sure, there are…

  6. We’ve played 20 games, let’s give out some awards

    Dec 8, 2010, 12:51 PM EDT

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    There’s a lot of people around the league that say you don’t really know much until you’re about 20 games into an NBA season, then the patterns have established themselves. Well, we’re about 20 games in now, one quarter of the season gone. Patterns are established. So… Let’s give out some first-quarter awards to players…

  7. Flu bug leaves Magic looking sick

    Dec 4, 2010, 3:00 PM EDT

    Orlando Magic v Boston Celtics, Game 6

    Just like the invading aliens in H.G. Wells “War of the Worlds,” nothing has been able to stop the Orlando Magic — except a flu bug. Tonight, while the Magic are in Milwaukee taking on the Bucks, Dwight Howard, Jameer Nelson, JJ Redick and Mickael Pietrus will all be back in Orlando trying to recover…

  8. Bucks waive Darington Hobson, likely to sign Brian Skinner

    Dec 2, 2010, 5:32 PM EDT

    Brian Skinner

    When the Milwaukee Bucks cut Brian Skinner from their roster a little over a month ago, they were a different team. A healthier team. A team looking at a number of potential contributors at both power forward and center, led by Andrew Bogut but boasting a number of capable bigs to put behind and alongside…

  9. CDR back in the lineup tonight

    Nov 27, 2010, 6:01 PM EDT

    Minnesota Timberwolves v Milwaukee Bucks

    Chris Douglas-Roberts has been out since October 28th after eye surgery to repair a torn retina. (Editor’s note: Ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports he’ll be cleared for play tonight against the Pistons. The Bucks can use all the help they can get and CDR’s athleticism could help them out. The question…

  10. LeBron who? Mo Williams with the game winner in Cleveland

    Nov 25, 2010, 8:10 AM EDT

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    The Cavaliers are not that bad. They’re not great, but they are not that bad. They picked up a dramatic win over the Bucks Friday night because Mo Williams is fearless and hit the hard shot. Don’t believe me, then watch.

  11. Lockout or no, Jennings and others won’t be headed back to Europe

    Nov 20, 2010, 9:31 AM EDT

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    We informed you yesterday of Brandon Jennings making some noise about heading back to Europe in the event of a lockout (an event which at this point has the likelihood of the sun rising in the East tomorrow). Today comes word that Jennings can go ahead and flip his leftover Euros into dollars, because he’s…

  12. Jennings: I’d probably go overseas if there was a lockout

    Nov 19, 2010, 4:57 PM EDT

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    Brandon Jennings gained a lot of attention by becoming one of the first American draft prospects to eschew college and play professional basketball in Europe before becoming draft-eligible. After a miserable start, Jennings had some limited success, but he was nowhere near as good as he would be in the NBA the following year. In…

  13. Game of the night: Where the Bucks didn’t want a shootout with the Lakers

    Nov 17, 2010, 4:01 AM EDT

    Corey Maggette, Pau Gasol, Matt Barnes

    This was supposed to be strength-on-strength. Los Angeles versus Milwaukee. The League’s best offense so far (the Lakers) versus the best defense so far (the Bucks). The Lakers were scoring 116.7 points per 100 possessions, the Bucks were giving up just 96.9. Something had to give. The Bucks gave. Not just gave, collapsed. Reverted to…

  14. This three year old can name more Bucks players than you can

    Nov 10, 2010, 2:19 PM EDT

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    This 3-year-old boy can name every Bucks player and does it with almost as cute a voice as Scott Skiles. And, the kid can name Scott Skiles. Sure, he’s reading them but HE’S THREE. Reading. Knowing rosters. Get the kid a blog, it’s time. (Via the fertile mind of Tas Melas of The Basketball Jones.)

  15. The good, and the so bad it’s ugly surprises of the NBA season

    Nov 3, 2010, 12:31 PM EDT

    Milwaukee Bucks v New Orleans Hornets

    We’re a week into the NBA season and some things are what we expected — the Lakers, Heat and Celtics are good; the Sixers are not; John Wall is dynamic; Kobe won’t talk about his injuries; and the Grizzles are making bad contract decisions. But there are surprises, and not to go all Forest Gump…

  16. Brandon Jennings gets first career triple double

    Oct 31, 2010, 11:24 AM EDT

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    One thing we neglected to mention in Baseline to Baseline deserves to be mentioned: Brandon Jennings killed it last night. 20-10-10. Triple double, leading the Bucks to the win. We have the video proof.

  17. Chris Douglas-Roberts out for a month after eye surgery

    Oct 26, 2010, 5:32 PM EDT

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    Chris Douglas-Roberts will miss the first month of the Bucks’ season after having to undergo eye surgery Tuesday. CDR was poked in the eye during a Sunday practice, causing the eye to swell nearly shut by Monday. The damage was severe enough to warrant surgery, noted HoopsWorld’s Alex Kennedy on twitter. It’s a setback for…

  18. Milwaukee Bucks cut Brian Skinner, open door for the Brockness Monster

    Oct 26, 2010, 3:35 PM EDT

    Jon Brockman

    The Milwaukee Bucks released 12-year NBA veteran Brian Skinner in their final round of training camp cuts, and it’s probably for the best. Skinner hasn’t been all that productive for a majority of those 12 years, and when your primary contribution to the league is measured in facial hair, it might be time to hang…

  19. Michael Redd, the same as he ever was

    Oct 21, 2010, 4:05 PM EDT

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    Michael Redd used to be the center of all things Milwaukee Bucks, but those days are long gone. Injury after injury and rehab after rehab rendered his fully functional return a pipe dream, while his bloated salary handicapped a franchise on the rebuild. Fair or unfair, many among the Bucks faithful hold Redd’s health against…

  20. Bucks rookie Darington Hobson to miss entire season

    Oct 13, 2010, 8:22 AM EDT

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    The Bucks liked Darington Hobson — their second round draft pick out of New Mexico — enough that they inked him to a deal. A crafty point-forward guy at 6’7” they thought he could develop into a good role player for the team. That will have to wait. The Bucks announced that Hobson will the…

  21. Andrew Bogut: “I might not be 100% the whole year”

    Oct 11, 2010, 11:23 AM EDT

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    Andrew Bogut was cleared to play by doctors, but since has missed the three preseason games the Milwaukee Bucks have played due to swelling and soreness in his surgically repaired right arm and hand. Which is not a shock, when you thing back to the gruesome injury he suffered last April. Bogut also is realizing…

  22. Bucks finally cut Tiny Gallon

    Oct 7, 2010, 2:53 PM EDT

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    Tiny Gallon’s NBA prospects have been touch-and-go for awhile now, but the Milwaukee Bucks have finally cut him — along with Billy Rush and Tory Jackson — from their preseason roster, according to The Hoops Market. Milwaukee selected Gallon with the 47th pick in this year’s draft, but the additions of Drew Gooden, Jon Brockman,…

  23. Andrew Bogut not being held back in exhibition games

    Oct 1, 2010, 11:53 AM EDT

    To realize how big this really is, think back to your reaction when you first saw Andrew Bogut go down last April 3. Remember that feeling in your stomach… Andrew Bogot has been cleared to play without restriction in upcoming preseason games for the Bucks, according to the Journal-Sentinel. “I’m just not overdoing my elbow…

  24. Corey Maggette may miss entire preseason

    Sep 28, 2010, 8:30 AM EDT

    While everyone was looking at Andrew Boguts’ elbow, another Bucks injury slipped under the radar. Corey Maggette, who is counted on to be the scoring punch off the bench for Milwaukee (if not the starting small forward) underwent ankle surgery in July and may miss the entire preseason recovering, according to the Journal Times. “I…

  25. Erick Dampier says it's down to four teams, Portland now in mix

    Sep 27, 2010, 9:59 AM EDT

    Erick Dampier made a decision, he wanted to take his backup center talents to South Beach, like everyone else. But for reasons not totally clear, Miami didn’t want him (Damps is not a great center, but he’s better than anyone they’ve got). So he’s taking his time making another decision. He told Sam Amick of…

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