Found December 23, 2011 on Pro Basketball Talk:
Stephen Jackson wants a contract extension — he wants two years tacked on to the two he’s got. Turns out that’s not why he went missing from Bucks training camp for a few days, however. What doctors found were bone spurs in his back and more, according to the Journal Times. Asked specifically about his…

Bucks' Jackson impressive in debut

MILWAUKEE At long last, Stephen Jackson was finally able to make his Bucks debut.Sidelined through much of training camp with nagging hamstring and back issues, Jackson was in uniform Wednesday night for the Bucks final exhibition game an 84-83 loss to Minnesota and wasted little time winning over his fans and teammates.Jackson connected on his first two shots, both of them from...

Mbah a Moute's offensive game still evolving

MILWAUKEE Exhibition game box scores are always full of interesting oddities, and the Bucks' preseason finale Wednesday night against Minnesota was no different.For your consideration: The Bucks' second-leading scorer in their 85-84 loss to the Timberwolves was none other than defensive specialist Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, who finished with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting...

Stephen Jackson Seeking Extension, Vows Not To Be A Distraction

Stephen Jackson is seeking a two to three-year extension from the Bucks.

Bogut feeling strong after long road back

Andrew Bogut is ready to put a trying season behind him.And "trying" doesn't come close to explaining the mental and physical anguish he endured while playing in 65 games with one good hand.

Bucks could use a backup for Bogut

With three days left before their season opener, the Bucks still don't have much behind Andrew Bogut. Although it didn't rank highly on the downfall scale, it was one of the reasons the team flopped last season.

Bucks lose by two free throws in last exhibition

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Michael Beasley made two free throws with 9.1 seconds left to lift the Minnesota Timberwolves to an 85-84 comeback victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night. Kevin Love, who had 22 points and 16 rebounds, hit a 3-pointer to cut Milwaukee's lead to 84-83. Luke Ridnour intercepted Larry Sanders' poor inbound pass on the next possession and Beasley...

2011-12 Milwaukee Bucks Preview

A bigger problem for head coach Scott Skiles' club was that the team just couldn't score, totaling 91.9 points per game last season and shooting 43 percent from the floor, both league-wide lows.

Bucks roster

Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College/Country Comment 6 Andrew Bogut C 7-0 260 Utah The extended lockout actually gave the Bucks big man additional time to heal at his home base in Australia after he underwent right elbow surgery...

Bucks-Bobcats Preview

The rosters look different for both the Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Bobcats, partly due to a draft-night trade involving each team. It remains to be seen if those changes will translate to more victories. Charlotte hosts Milwaukee in each club's season opener Monday night as both seek a return to the postseason after a one-year absence. In a three-team trade with Sacramento...

Bucks fail to finish off Timberwolves

The Milwaukee Bucks failed to finish off the Timberwolves as Minnesota forward Kevin Love went on a scoring spree to give the Timberwolves an 85-84 comeback victory in the 35th annual MACC Fund Game at the Bradley Center.

Knicked Up

Week 1 Injury Report Kobe Bryant, Lakers (Wrist) Kobe has a torn ligament in his wrist, but according to him he will play through the pain.  We would be shocked if the Ben Roethlisberger (insert joke here) of the NBA was to miss any time.  Stephen Jackson, Bucks (Back) Jackson is playing with bone spurs in his back and claims ...
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