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The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the Miami Heat in overtime on Wednesday night by a final score of 113 – 106.
This game appeared to be over midway through the 2nd quarter. The Bucks were down 18, and couldn’t make a shot. However, they were still playing hard. Then the Larry Sanders Show got himself tossed out midway through the 2nd after a double technical following a bad foul call against Wade. This inspired the Bucks, and they went on a 13-0 run, and closed the 2nd quarter with a 20-5 run and were only down 44-42 at the half. Damn, Dalembert even made a 3 ball to close out the half (it was his career first).
In the second half, the Bucks continued to make a game of it. A John Henson tip in at the buzzer gave the Bucks a 73-71 lead at the end of the 3rd. Henson continued to contribute into the 4th quarter and really had a great game. He finished with 17 points, 18 rebounds and played tough defense. The Bucks had about a 7 point lead with 5 minutes left. Unfortunately, it t...
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Out of chaos comes opportunity. Or in John Henson's case, opportunity comes out of an ejection.
When forward Larry Sanders was ejected on his birthday after getting two quick technical fouls in the second quarter, the Bucks rookie had just that, an opportunity, and made the most of it.
Though the Bucks fell to the defending-champion Heat in overtime, Henson opened eyes, scoring...
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings has a point to prove this season. After the team opted not to extend his contract – making him a free agent next summer – Jennings has said he’ll spend this season auditioning for the league. The Bucks are currently in Miami to face off against the Heat but [...]
Before I get into basketball, I'd like to take the time to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope this Thanksgiving Day finds you with plenty to be thankful for.
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Despite playing eleven seasons in the National Basketball Association, Milwaukee Bucks center Samuel Dalembert had never hit a three pointer in his career.That all changed last night as time was running down in the second quarter of the Bucks/Heat game as Samuel knocked down his first three pointer of his career before time expired:
Dwyane Wade will try to take the court on Wednesday against the Milwaukee Bucks (6-3) after being sidelined with a pesky foot injury.
Wade sprained his foot on November 12th and has been mostly out of the lineup since that point. “No soreness today after a tough day (Monday), so I feel pretty good,” Wade told the Miami Herald.
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Samuel Dalembert isn’t exactly revered for his passing skills, but Wednesday night’s game between the Miami Heat and the Milwaukee Bucks, he had this pretty between-the-legs assist that makes for a great highlight. The Heat would have the final laugh as they defeated the Bucks 113-106 in OT.The post Samuel Dalembert Between-The-Legs Assist To Monta Ellis (Video) appeared first...
The Bucks Larry Sanders is becoming a very special player.
Think Rodman. Seriously. Plenty of tats too.
People it’s time to jump on the empty bandwagon and get to know your Bucks.
I was at the game Saturday night and truly loved it (weird right?)
First, for any of you with A.D.D. the NBA feeds your addiction. I literally missed a key last possession because I was watching...