Things got a bit weird, but the Bucks came out on top. The Milwaukee Bucks are not at full strength. Without Brook Lopez, or Bobby Portis, or Donte DiVincenzo, their basketball brand of bludgeoning opponents into submission is simply not feasible, and the San Antonio Spurs had no interest in simply laying down.
Looking at the Milwaukee Bucks roster as it stands is a deep team, but there are areas that could be improved. One idea includes acquiring a backup big man behind Brook Lopez, and you can never surround Giannis Antetokounmpo with too many shooters.
During the 2020 NBA offseason, the Milwaukee Bucks re-signed two-guard Pat Connaughton to a three-year, $16 million contract. The move wasn’t the most well-received by fans, with most calling the contract an overpay.
The Milwaukee Bucks have certainly gone on a roller coaster ride throughout the first two games of the 2021-22 regular season. They started things off promisingly with a dominant 127-104 victory over the Brooklyn Nets, but they were on the other end of the beatdown last night at the hands of the Miami Heat.
“The Kennel” strikes back Well, you can’t win them all, can you? Fresh off clobbering the Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee was unable to keep its unbeaten streak alive and, unfortunately, the opportunity for the first 82-0 year in league history is cut short by erstwhile playoff foes the Miami Heat.
Giannis Antetokounmpo helped the Milwaukee Bucks win a championship in 2021, their first since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was still on the team. The Bucks shook off their playoff demons and managed to show the world that they weren't just a regular-season team like many analysts thought.
The Milwaukee Bucks stomped through the 2021 playoffs, going 16-7 before winning the title. The national media gave Giannis and company their due credit for what seemed like a week, then the asterisks began to fly.
The Milwaukee Bucks are defending their NBA title with a new fifth starter this season. But the man who occupied that spot for them last season sounds upset that things played out the way that they did.
The Milwaukee Bucks officially had their Ring Night and the team made sure to celebrate their championship. However, they did not let the fact that they got their rings distract them from the task at hand.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Bobby Portis is a NBA World Champion and those vibes never get old. In the latest episode of Whistle's "Days Off", Portis takes the cameras behind the scenes on a rare off day during the offseason in his hometown state of Arkansas.