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MILWAUKEE -- Brandon Jennings' three-pointer with 24 seconds to play put Milwaukee head for good in a 91-88 victory over Boston on Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Already shorthanded without key reserves Beno Udrih and Mike Dunleavy, Jr., Bucks coach Scott Skiles shook up his starting lineup, starting Epke Udoh and Marquis Daniels in place of Samuel Dalembert and Tobias Harris. Larry Sanders followed up a 10-block effort in Minnesota Friday night with a 17-point, 15-rebound performance against the Celtics. He was one of four Bucks to score in double-figures, along with Monta Ellis (17), Ersan Ilyasova (15) and Jennings (13). After making 7 of their first 8 shots in building a 17-0 lead in the first quarter, Boston shot 36 percent the rest of the game. Paul Pierce scored 19 points and Jeff Green had 18 to lead the Celtics (9-8), who also got double-digit contributions from Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry and Lee. Milwaukee (8-7) took the lead early in the seco...
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MILWAUKEE -- Trying to snap out of a funk in which they've lost five of their last six games, the Milwaukee Bucks will be shorthanded for the near future.
Backup point guard Beno Udrih and small forward Mike Dunleavy were ruled out for Saturday night against the Celtics. Udrih will miss one to two weeks with a sprained right ankle suffered during Friday's loss to Minnesota...
Bucks fans went from no hope to thinking they were contenders pretty quickly. They don't like Rondo and they don't like KG, but they hate their own players more, it seems. For some reason, that gif of the dancing deer amuses me greatly but I'm not sure why :)
I'm looking for a good showing out of the Bucks tonight. Somebody wake up Dunleavy. Dude is killing...
MILWAUKEE -- Three weeks ago, Bucks coach Scott Skiles didn't have an answer for why his team lost to the Boston Celtics. Simply, Boston won that night because it made plays went it counted.
Saturday night, it was Celtics coach Doc Rivers doing the hat tipping. It was the Bucks who made the big plays this time around, earning a much-needed 91-88 victory.
Early on, it appeared...
MILWAUKEE -- Comebacks are starting to become second nature for the Milwaukee Bucks. Not even a week after rallying late from a 27-point deficit for a road victory in Chicago, the Bucks stormed back from a 17-0 deficit for a 91-88 victory over the Celtics Saturday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Down one at the half, thanks to a 36-point second quarter, the Bucks...
COLUMBIA, Md. — Is it possible to tie a record by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar one game and then one-up yourself the next? Larry Sanders did just that on Saturday night as he led the Milwaukee Bucks (8-7) to a 91-88 win over the Boston Celtics (9-8) with 18 points, a career-high 16 rebounds, and five blocks. [...]
If only for one game–but what a game! Larry Sanders, a.k.a. the Sand Man, a.k.a. that bench player on the Bucks, brought himself the game of his dreams last night with his first career triple double, 10 points, 12 rebounds and an incredible 10 blocks. He added an assist and a steal. The 10 blocks tied the team single game record set by the one and only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar....
By Brian Hall
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Larry Sanders could appreciate his final numbers on Friday night in the Milwaukee Bucks' 95-85 road loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves: 10 points, 12 rebounds and a team-record 10 blocks.
Sanders' first triple-double of his NBA career came with the unique footnote of tying the team record for blocks in a game, a record...
The Milwaukee Bucks split their weekend games, dropping one to the Wolves on the road on Friday, and picking up a comeback victory over the Celtics at home on Saturday.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to watch much of the game Friday night between my two favorite mediocre clubs. Hey, when you’ve got a babysitter, you’ve got to take full advantage. I think all you need to know...
By Brian Hall
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Losing 95-85 on the road to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and continuing a stretch where they've lost four of the past five games, might not classify as the Milwaukee Bucks' biggest lost on Friday night.
Backup point guard Beno Udrih, the spark-plug of one of the league's best reserve units, went down during the fourth...
Discuss tonight's game here as you wish.
Injury update: AK47 is out again, and Love is questionable due to "food poisoning." I have a feeling he will tough it out, but that is an unknown at this point. In other, better news Ricky Rubio was cleared for practice yesterday and all signs point to him starting his season well before Christmas. My prediction remains...
We often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics. Here’s a look at some enemy chatter from Milwaukee.
Daniels played tough defense all night on Paul Pierce all game and gave the Bucks god versatility against the Pierce/Terry pick and roll late. He offers preciously little on the other end, but he knows his limitations...
Listen Live Listen from your mobile device The CLNS Radio Boston Celtics Post Game series continues their season-long initiative to cover every single Boston Celtics game. Tonight, the Celtics square off against the Milwaukee Bucks without Rajon Rondo. Your hosts will be Chris McCarthy, Daniel Baker and Mike Munger. We will go live, immediately [...]
Call in: 347-215-7771 | Listen Live | Join the Chat-room Listen from your mobile device Tonight, the Celtics square off against the Milwaukee Bucks without Rajon Rondo. Your hosts will be Chris McCarthy, Daniel Baker and Mike Munger. We will go live, immediately following the game, and will be taking your calls during the [...]
Boston Celtics (9-7, 4-3 Road) @ Milwaukee Bucks (7-7, 3-4 Home) Bradley Center, 8:30 pm on CSNNE/WEEI Officials: Marc Davis, Bennie Adams, Haywoode Workman Line: Milwaukee by 3 The Bucks have lost 2 in a row and 5 of their last 6, but still remain in a three-way tie with Indiana and Chicago atop the Central Division [...]
Boston Celtics 88, Milwaukee Bucks 91 - FINAL - December 1, 2012
Boston Celtics (9-8)