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Milwaukee Bucks: 10 Facts and Stats That Summarize Their Porous Season
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
I swear that some college basketball teams could beat the 2014 Milwaukee Bucks. They are embarassing and their 11-47 record is proof of this. Their record says a lot, but I wanted more proof to see statistically how they stacked up against the rest of the league and proof I was able to find. Here are 10 stats and facts that prove just how porous this Bucks team is.
0.190: Their 19 percent winning percentage puts them in the rare company of teams with winning percentages below 20 in league history.
8.7: Each game they lose by a margin of 8.7 points, even with wins factored in, which is 29th in the NBA.
93.4: They are 29th in the NBA in points per game with 93.4.
0.426: They are 29th in the NBA in field goal percentage at 42.6 percent.
1.13: They are 29th in the NBA in points per shot with 1.13. Are you starting to understand just how hilariously pathetic they are off...
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Unprompted, O.J. Mayo and John Henson's postgame interviews on the night of the trade turned into both expressing their thoughts on what Adrien could bring to the Bucks.
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MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks have made it a goal to try and force their opponent take the first timeout of the third quarter.
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Ersan Ilyasova has struggled all season to sink shots he normally makes.
The Milwaukee Bucks forward's confidence has taken a hit under the weight of so many errant attempts.
But Ilyasova was nearly perfect Monday night, and suddenly all was right as the Bucks routed the Utah Jazz, 114-88, before a season-low crowd of 10,022 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
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We here at That NBA Lottery Pick are huge fans of Milwaukee Bucks rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo and well, Giannis can play a little bit of soccer as well.
Giannis was in attendance at a Milwaukee Wave indoor soccer game and got the chance to win a scooter for a lucky fan if he scored a goal in a contest.
Check out Giannis pushing the ball through a tiny hole to win the scooter:
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Ersan Ilyasova scored a season-high 31 points on 13-of-14 shooting, and the Milwaukee Bucks hit a blistering 57 percent from the field to beat the Utah Jazz 114-88 on Monday night.
Zaza Pachulia added 14 points, six rebounds and five assists, and five Bucks scored in double digits. The NBA's worst team improved to 12-47 and enjoyed a rare breather at home.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is interested in returning to the Milwaukee Bucks in some capacity.
Abdul-Jabbar was the first overall pick in the 1969 NBA Draft by the Bucks and he led the team to the 1971 championship alongside Oscar Robertson.
Abdul-Jabbar was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in 1975.
"If I get a call, I will definitely offer my services," said Abdul-Jabbar. "...
Tony Mitchell signed by Milwaukee Bucks on 10-day contract.
The Milwaukee Bucks filled up an open roster spot after the departure of Caron Butler by signing NBA D-Leaguer Tony Mitchell to a 10-day contract. Andrew Gruman Fox Sports reports.
The 6’6″ scoring forward is a stud on the offensive end of the floor, putting up averages of 19.4 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists 1.2 steals...
The Milwaukee Bucks will sign Tony Mitchell to a 10-day contract.
Mitchell is averaging 19.4 points in the D-League with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
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The Milwaukee Bucks will sign 24-year-old forward Tony Mitchell to a 10-day contract, according to a tweet from Yahoo!'s Marc J. Spears. Mitchell is currently a member of the Ft. Wayne Mad Ants, the Bucks' NBA Development League affiliate squad (the Bucks share this affiliation with the Bobcats, Pistons, Pacers, Grizzlies, and Magic). In 21 games this season, Mitchell has...
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