The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Los Angeles Clippers, 111-106. And the Bucks provided a bit of their own flash against the team known as Lob City.
Look at Zaza Pachulia drive in and give a nifty no-look pass to the Greek Freak, Giannis Antetokounmpo:
That no-look pass was sweet. And “I” definitely appreciated that.
Zaza Pachulia picture courtesy of Getty Images. Video from the NBA.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ backup center Zaza Pachulia has been one of the team’s best bench players and is a perfect contrast to starting center Larry Sanders.
When Pachulia gets substituted into the game for Sanders, the opposition has to play against a completely different player.
Sanders is a defensive center, specializing in grabbing rebounds and blocking shots. Usually when he...
This is the 12th profile in a 15-part series running Wednesdays and Fridays profiling each Milwaukee Bucks player leading up to the start of the NBA season.
At 30 years old, Zaza Pachulia is the oldest player on the Milwaukee Bucks. Entering his 12th season in the NBA, he also carries the most experience of anyone on the roster.
Pachulia, who was signed by the Bucks to provide...
There are few NBA referees like Dick Bavetta and despite what you think of his calls on the court, he’s been a long-time help for the association.
Sadly, last night however, Dick wasn’t a helping hand toward Milwaukee Bucks big man Zaza Pachulia.
After Zaza ended up on the floor, he tried to extend his hand toward Bavetta walking near him but ultimately didn’t get the help...
Zaza Pachilia has returned to the Milwaukee Bucks' practice and is nearing a return from a stress fracture in his right foot.
Pachulia has missed 26 straight games due to the injury. He signed a three-year contract with the Bucks in the offseason.
"That was the plan (to return to practice Tuesday)," Pachulia said. "I don't know how ready I was but I did my...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Milwaukee Bucks center Zaza Pachulia practiced in full Tuesday for the first time since being ruled out with a broken right foot on Dec. 4.
Pachulia still hasn't been cleared to return to game action but is on track to be available to the Bucks in the near future. Milwaukee closes out a three-game homestand with a game against Phoenix at the BMO Harris Bradley...
Zaza Pachulia suffered a right foot fracture on Dec. 4 against the Detroit Pistons.
Pachulia’s foot will be immobilized in a walking boot and re-examined in four weeks. Pachulia, 29, had an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) exam on Dec. 5 and was examined by team orthopaedic physician Dr. Michael Gordon, who diagnosed the injury. Pachulia has not played in the last two games...
December 09, 2013
The hits keep on coming to the Bucks' roster.
General manager John Hammond said Monday that center Zaza Pachulia will be sidelined with a right foot fracture suffered in last week's 105-98 loss to the Detroit Pistons. The 6-foot-11 center missed the next two games.
Pachulia will have to wear a walking boot before being re-examined in four weeks. He had been a solid contributor...
Via AP on Fox
December 09, 2013
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- TheMilwaukee Bucks' already depleted roster suffered another blow Monday as it wasrevealed that center Zaza Pachulia has a fractured bone in his right foot andwill be re-examined in four weeks.Pachulia suffered the fractureto his calcaneus or heel bone while coming down on another player's foot whilecoming down from grabbing a rebound in Milwaukee'...
The Bucks announced Monday that center Zaza Pachulia fractured his right foot against the Pistons Wednesday and is expected to miss at least a month.
According to Milwaukee Bucks:
Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond announced today that Zaza Pachulia (6-11, 240) suffered a right foot fracture on Dec. 4 vs. Detroit. Pachulia’s foot will be immobilized in a walking boot...