Found December 23, 2011 on JSOnline:
Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College/Country Comment 6 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 Utah The extended lockout actually gave the Bucks big man additional time to heal at his home base in Australia after he underwent right elbow surgery in April. Bogut blocks shots and takes charges while anchoring the defense, and he is emerging as a vocal team leader. His ability to stay healthy over the 66-game season and contribute consistently on offense is critical to the Bucks' chances of returning to the playoffs. 40 Jon Brockman F 6-7 255 Washington He's not afraid to mix it up with anyone, even if he's giving up inches and pounds to Dwight Howard or battling quicker power forwards. Without a true backup center, the Bucks may have to rely on him again to s...

Skiles: 'Harder to judge' how good Bucks are

MILWAUKEE If there is one word that most adequately describes the Milwaukee Bucks' feeling as the 2011-12 season opener approaches, it would be "uncertainty." There is a lot yet to figure out about this edition of the Bucks, the 44th in franchise history. There are five new players on the roster. There were only two weeks of training camp. There were only two exhibition...

Mbah a Moute's offensive game still evolving

MILWAUKEE Exhibition game box scores are always full of interesting oddities, and the Bucks' preseason finale Wednesday night against Minnesota was no different.For your consideration: The Bucks' second-leading scorer in their 85-84 loss to the Timberwolves was none other than defensive specialist Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, who finished with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting...

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Andrew Bogut is ready to put a trying season behind him.And "trying" doesn't come close to explaining the mental and physical anguish he endured while playing in 65 games with one good hand.

Bucks could use a backup for Bogut

With three days left before their season opener, the Bucks still don't have much behind Andrew Bogut. Although it didn't rank highly on the downfall scale, it was one of the reasons the team flopped last season.

Stephen Jackson has bone spurs in his back. That’s gonna hurt.

Stephen Jackson wants a contract extension — he wants two years tacked on to the two he’s got. Turns out that’s not why he went missing from Bucks training camp for a few days, however. What doctors found were bone spurs in his back and more, according to the Journal Times. Asked specifically about his…

2011-12 Milwaukee Bucks Preview

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Stephen Jackson is seeking a two to three-year extension from the Bucks.

Skiles has options at forward post

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The rosters look different for both the Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Bobcats, partly due to a draft-night trade involving each team. It remains to be seen if those changes will translate to more victories. Charlotte hosts Milwaukee in each club's season opener Monday night as both seek a return to the postseason after a one-year absence. In a three-team trade with Sacramento...
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