Found December 31, 2012 on
The Milwaukee Bucks rallied from a 14 point third quarter deficit to tie the game with about a minute left. However, a clutch bucket and clutch freethrows from Tayshaun (yes, he’s still in Detroit) Prince clinched the victory for the Pistons, 96-94. The Bucks fall to 16-13 with the loss.
Positives: 1) Monta Ellis shot 12/22, had 30 points and 9 assists. But more importantly, he seemed to be extremely fired up to get this win. You could see him directing and encouraging his teamates to rally for the comeback. Can’t say I’ve seen much of that from him previously. The cynic says he is just trying to show “veteran leadership” for all the scouts out there. The optimist says he thinks the Bucks have a chance to win the Central and he badly wants that. But whatever the case, it was nice to see. Also, he actually made a few three pointers against Detroit, which completely opens up his game. 2) Ersan must have read my article from yesterday, because he came blazing off the bench,...
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ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Filling the box score in nearly every category, Bucks guard Monta Ellis has been named the NBAs Eastern Conference Player of the Week. Its the third Player of the Week honor in Ellis career but his first with the Bucks. With Golden State, Ellis was the Western Conference Player of the Week for Dec. 20-26, 2010 and again for March 5-11, 2012, his final week with...
Monta Ellis and Dwyane Wade will forever be equals, at least in Ellis’ mind. The Bucks point guard who, it should be noted, has helped Milwaukee play to the fifth-best record in the Eastern Conference, was asked to compare himself and the two-time champion Heat guard.
Ellis’ response was classic.
The only difference between Wade and himself, Ellis said, “is more wins and two...
Monta Ellis said nothing separates him and Dwyane Wade as players aside from some wins and a couple of championships.
Vasquez quietly is having a really nice season.
Haha. This is a short video, but very funny indeed. Monta Ellis of the Milwaukee Bucks compares himself to Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat. What I don't get is why he didn't compare himself to Michael Jordan if he's gonna talk crazy? Might as well go all the way to the top. Check out the funny video below. And yes Monta, 2 championships kind of matters. Just...
Monta Ellis is interviewed and asked who he’d compare himself to in the NBA and says he is in “the same category as DWade” adding the only thing Wade has that he doesn’t is “more wins and two championships, that’s it”. Beyond that, as far as being on DWade’s level, he says “Monta Ellis have it all”.