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Anderson, Curry, McDermott, Powell, Warren Headline Summer League Team

Kyle Anderson, Seth Curry, Doug McDermott, Norman Powell and T.J. Warren were named to the All-NBA Summer League First Team. Anderson was also named Summer League MVP. On the All-NBA Summer League Second Team are Larry Drew II, Emmanuel Mudiay, Dwight Powell, Noah Vonleh and Alan Williams.
Via RealGM
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Larry Drew blindsided by firing from Milwaukee Bucks

Former Milwaukee Bucks head coach Larry Drew has been tight-lipped about how he was treated by his former team. Drew was fired on June 30 in favor of Jason Kidd in a very unprofessional way. It was so unprofessional that it rubbed many people the wrong way. Drew, who is now an assistant coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers, says he is moving forward but was blindsided with the way he...
Via No Guts, No Glory
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Fired Drew thanks Bucks, fans for 'memorable' year

MILWAUKEE -- Three days after being suddenly fired as head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Larry Drew issued a statement through the team, thanking the fans for their support and briefly addressing his termination. Here's the full statement, sent out by the Bucks on behalf of Drew: "I would like to thank Senator Herb Kohl and John Hammond for giving me the opportunity to coach the...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Bucks' Drew: 'This was just a totally, totally unacceptable performance'

MILWAUKEE -- In a season filled with poor performances, the Milwaukee Bucks may have put forth their worst effort of the year Saturday night in a blowout home loss to Atlanta. As agitated as he's been in what's been a very trying season, Bucks coach Larry Drew held a 20-minute locker room meeting with his team after falling 112-87 to a Hawks team missing a couple of key players....
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Bucks Wednesday: Drew says team simply must play better, smarter

Larry Drew delivered a strong line in his postgame remarks following Tuesday's loss to Golden State, saying the Milwaukee Bucks don't know how to win. While the Bucks' record of 7-27 speaks for itself, Milwaukee's struggles probably could have been predicted. The Bucks had 11 new players and an entirely new coaching staff, meaning training camp time together was vital. But mass amounts...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Bucks' Larry Drew: 'We can't expect to win on lucky shots'

MILWAUKEE -- Mike Dunleavy's 3-pointer to beat his former team in his first trip back to Milwaukee will lead the highlights and many of the stories written about Friday night's game, but the Bucks felt a last-second shot shouldn't have decided things. To the Bucks, they lost because of a failure to execute in the final minutes. A costly foul, a bad shot and a key turnover led to...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Larry Drew disappointed with Bucks' effort in loss to Spurs

MILWAUKEE -- The machine that is the San Antonio Spurs rolled on Wednesday night, quickly and efficiently taking care of the Milwaukee Bucks at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Setting the tone from the opening tip, the Spurs simply were too good for the shorthanded and struggling Milwaukee Bucks. San Antonio led the entire way and by as many as 38 in a 109-77 victory, handing Milwaukee...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bucks display confidence in eye-opening road win

Larry Drew called a timeout just 26 seconds into the game. After preaching to his team the importance of following the gameplan and playing as a unit, the Bucks coach saw a defensive breakdown on the first possession of the game and wasn't going to stand for it. He let it be known how the Bucks were going to go about things Friday night in Washington. "It caught their attention...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Larry Drew issues apology for Bucks' play, vows changes

MILWAUKEE For the first time in what now is an eight-game losing streak, the Milwaukee Bucks put up so little of a fight that Larry Drew had to get something off his chest. Expecting an inspired performance after Friday night's heartbreaking overtime loss in Philadelphia, Drew was thoroughly embarrassed after Milwaukee's 96-72 loss to Charlotte at the BMO Harris Bradley Center...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss
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