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Monta Ellis seems to prefer the culture with the Bucks over the Warriors.
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We’re Gonna Win In Six. – Brandon Jennings on #BucksPlayoffs
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 19, 2013
The Milwaukee Bucks Twitter account relayed the news that point guard Brandon Jennings believes the team will upset the Miami Heat in six games.
In Game of Thrones, Ned Stark warns that the world is on the verge of many years of snow and darkness when he says that “winter is coming”. Well **** Ned, it’s April 18th and snow is in the air as I write this. So congratulations Mr. Stark, looks like you were right. And……segway…I’ve been watching alot of Game of Thrones instead of watching/writing about the Bucks...
Brandon Jennings is confident his team can pull off the upset in their first-round series against the defending champion Miami Heat, predicting the eighth-seeded Bucks will take the series in six games.
According to Lori Nickel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
“I’m real confident. I’m sure everybody is writing us off but but I see us winning the series in six.”
Maybe after noticing...
Miami Heat and Milwaukee Bucks 1st Round Playoff Preview
This is the easiest call in all of the playoffs. the Miami Heat will beat the Milwaukee Bucks in 4 games. The Bucks should not even be in the playoffs with a 38-44 record, while the Heat just put up one of the best seasons in NBA history and have the best player in the NBA at the top of his game, in LeBron James.
Mark and McNeill recorded a Podcast to preview the 2013 NBA Playoffs. We ripped on Brandon Jennings for predicting his Bucks would beat the Heat in six games, broke down why the Celtics might pull off a huge upset against the Knicks, argued over who will win the Bulls-Nets series, wrote off the Lakers, and explained why we are excited for the Grizzles-Clippers series.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM HOEHNE Associated Press Milwaukee Bucks coach Jim Boylan admits his team has a daunting task in taking on the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs.
The eighth-seeded Bucks open the Eastern Conference playoffs on the road Sunday against the NBA's defending champions.
''We've got a lot of young players and for many of them, this...