Found November 28, 2011 on
After winning 50 games the previous season and the first playoff series since Jordan joined the Bulls in 1984-85, it appeared the Bulls were taking a step back in 1988-89. Playing the Bucks shortly after the All-Star break in 1989, the Bulls were going along at 27-20, the same pace as the previous season, but with mounting internal problems. (Andrew D.

Bucks' assistants did film study during lockout

MILWAUKEE -- Joe Wolf hadn't spent an October like this in a long time. "I went to a Badgers football game and to the Madison farmers market," Wolf said. "It was interesting, but for the last 20 years, my Octobers were pretty booked up." Wolf, who is beginning his fourth season as a Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach, has been busy working as a professional...

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Check this out.  If I was the director of marketing of the Milwaukee Bucks I am unclear what my direction would be.  I’d be freaked out and thinking about stuff to bring em to the B.C. besides, you know, actual basketball. This is a ***** to read.  It’s the Milwaukee Journal question of the day.  [...]

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Coming out of the lengthy lockout, the Milwaukee Bucks' roster is in reasonable shape.
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