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MILWAUKEE - Larry Sanders had finally slowed down. But in a heartbeat, it all sped up again.
"Larry, Larry, Larry "
The opening night crowd at the BMO Harris Bradley Center burst into a spirited chant as the Bucks forward pumped up the crowd with his hands, pointing in all different directions of the arena as he headed to the bench after fouling out of the game.
Sanders had just completed his finest game as a professional. The Bucks have preached they want Sanders to learn to control his emotions and just play his game. But for a completely harmless moment, Sanders' emotions came out.
Bucks coach Scott Skiles was asked what he thought of his young forward responding to the crowd.
"Act like you've been there before," Skiles said.
It was just another step in the learning process for Sanders, but who could blame him? He hasn't been there before. Saturday marked more than him scoring a career-high 17 points. No box score could have showed the le...
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ST. FRANCIS, Wis. - John Henson was grinning from ear to ear and rightfully so.For the first time in nearly three weeks, the Bucks rookie was a full participant in practice, and barring any setbacks Tuesday, he will be active for Wednesday's game against Memphis at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Henson sprained his left knee and suffered a bone bruise Oct. 16 in an exhibition...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- The Bucks' depth at the guard position wasn't strong to begin with, and it will be tested Wednesday night. Backup point guard Beno Udrih will miss the Memphis game with a thigh contusion suffered Monday during practice.
Bucks coach Scott Skiles said Udrih collided with forward Ersan Ilyasova, causing a pretty deep bruise on Udrih's thigh.
ST. FRANCIS, Wis.- The season opened with a tremendous challenge for Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings.
Celtics All Star point guard Rajon Rondo on Friday and then the reigning Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving on Saturday.
The league took note of Jennings' performance against two of the best the NBA has to offer, naming him the Eastern Conference's Player of the Week....
Your Milwaukee Bucks are 2-0 to start the season for the first time in about 5 years. Brandon “Swizel Stick” Jennings hit a three ball at the buzzer to send the Bucks to a 105-102 victory.
Kind of an interesting game for the Bucks. The first unit wasn’t really thriving all night, but the second unit (udrih, Udo, Dunleavy, etc) stepped up big and rallied the Bucks back into...
Since Milwaukee Bucks forward Larry Sanders is 6'11, you would assume that he would have an easy time throwing down dunks on smaller opponents.
However, check out this nice defensive play from Tony Allen rejecting a Sanders dunk attempt last night:
The Milwaukee Bucks’ Brandon Jennings and the Houston Rockets’ James Harden were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively.
Jennings guided the Bucks to a 2-0 record to start the season, a first for the team since the 2005-06 campaign. Jennings led the league in assists (13.0 apg) and paced the conference in steals (4.0 spg), while finishing...
The Memphis Grizzlies and Milwaukee Bucks have overcome occasional struggles to get off to solid starts.
After both pulled out tough victories in their last contests, Milwaukee looks to open 3-0 for the first time in seven years while ending a three-game losing streak to visiting Memphis on Wednesday night.
Milwaukee opened with a 99-88 win at Boston on Friday, then got a Brandon...