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There are multiple reasons as to why the Milwaukee Bucks have managed to hang on to restricted free agent Brandon Jennings.
This video takes a look at why the point guard is not on anyone’s radar for movement.
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Brandon Jennings of the Milwaukee Bucks is a restricted free agent this off-season who has received minimal interest since free agency opened up. There’s been a litany of excuses of why he hasn’t received much interest beginning with the price tag he wants with any new team. General Managers aren’t going to slip an inefficient, [...]The post Why Is Brandon Jennings Still A...
The Milwaukee Bucks have requested waivers on forwardcenter Gustavo Ayon, general manager John Hammond announced Thursday.
The decision to waive Ayon comes just before the deadline that would have guaranteed the Mexican-born big man 1.5 million for next season.
Acquired from Orlando as part of the J.J. Redick trade last February, Ayon averaged 4.3 points and 4.9 rebounds in just...
The Milwaukee Bucks cheerleaders, known as the Energee! Dance Team are having their final cut tonight at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts’ Peck Pavilion. Milwaukee Bucks cheerleader drama unfolds on the final night of auditions for the 2013-14 squad. The event, presented by SURG Restaurant Group, is free and open to the public, and it is the first time that the Milwaukee...
It looks like Milwaukee Bucks forward/center Larry Sanders has sprained his left ankle during Tuesday’s Team USA Basketball camp in Vegas.
The Journal Sentinel recanted the events that led up to Sanders injury during Tuesday’s practice
Bucks center Larry Sanders was getting into the swing of things on his second day at the USA Basketball national team minicamp.
Then he went up...
After his impressive 2012-13 campaign, Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders was invited to Team USA minicamp to see if he had the potential to crack the squad. Unfortunately for Sanders, his minicamp was cut short after he suffered an ankle injury while scrimmaging, according to Charles F. Gardner of The Journal Sentinel."I want to play," a disappointed Sanders said. ...
Earlier today, New Orleans Hornets center Anthony Davis was participating in a Team USA practice in Las Vegas, when he set his sights at blocking a shot by Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders.
Watch as Davis skies to pin the ball between the backboard but sadly for him, Sanders got the ball back and scored the bucket for the blue squad:
The Milwaukee Bucks have requested waivers on center Gustavo Ayón. Ayón (6-10, 250) appeared in 12 games for the Bucks last season after being acquired from Orlando on Feb. 21, averaging 4.3 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.0 assists per contest.