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There are few things cuter that little kids learning the game of basketball and recently, Bucks center Larry Sanders young son got to throw down on a Fisher-Price basketball hoop.
In the below clip from Sanders Instagram account, watch as Sanders son throw down two big dunks in the face of his father:
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Boy, we are really milking these NBA players getting dunked on posts. I guess that is why this is August.
Larry Sanders is used to being near posterization with the way he protects the rim. Sanders emerged as a strong rim protector last season witht he Bucks. He averaged 2.8 blocks per game last year in his breakout season with Milwaukee.
But not even his shot-blocking prowess...
Larry Sanders of the Milwaukee Bucks uploaded this hilarious and adorable video of himself getting dunked on by his young son not once but twice in a game of Nerf basketball. Watch the mini Sanders throw down a couple slams on his pops and then celebrate with an absolutely infectious giggle.
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Milwaukee Bucks big man Larry Sanders may stand in at 6-foot-11, but the former VCU star was no match for his toddler son, who dunked all over him.
The Milwaukee Bucks are in a full-blown youth movement.
Choosing to build around a nucleus of Larry Sanders, John Henson and Ersan Ilyasova, general manager John Hammond has blown up his roster from a year ago. He has given new head coach Larry Drew a group of young and hungry faces for the upcoming season.
Brandon Knight, just 21, was acquired last week from Detroit in exchange...
MILWAUKEE -- Unlike in years past, the Milwaukee Bucks are rolling with youth.With an average age of 24 and playing in a division loaded with talent, Milwaukee may not be picked to win many games next season, but the franchise seems to have a direction.
As he helped introduce 21-year-old point guard Brandon Knight and small forward Khris Middleton on Tuesday, general manager John...
Milwaukee Bucks: What 5 Probable Starters MUST Work On
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PG: Brandon Knight- Becoming a True Point Guard
- Knight is a talented scorer and shooter and will become this team’s second or third offensive option, behind OJ Mayo and possibly, Ersan Ilyasova, but he must become a better distributor. After a season and a half as a point guard...
For the 29th consecutive season, the Milwaukee Bucks will open up on the road.
The new-look Bucks will open the 2013-14 season at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks on Oct. 30. The two-game road trip to start the season continues in Boston before the Bucks host Toronto in the home opener on Nov. 2.
Fans won't have to wait long to see Monta Ellis' return...
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As a Bucks fan, I went into the summer hoping the team would choose not to bring back both Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis. Since Milwaukee is rarely on national television, I don’t have much connection with the team anymore, but I have never enjoyed watching guards who are high-volume/low-efficiency shooters. We could call them HivLes, and...
John Hammond refuted the notion that the Milwaukee Bucks are in tanking mode heading into next season, when they will be without leading scorers Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings.
"Some people use these words like 'tanking,' so to speak," Hammond said. "We're by no means in that mode whatsoever."
"We're trying to remain competitive. I think...