The Milwaukee Bucks are making moves as the first half of their 2020-21 season is nearly in the books. First reported by The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the Bucks are planning to sign Westchester Knicks guard Myles Powell to a two-way contract.
With the G-League bubble well underway, the G-league’s best players are beginning to land deals with NBA teams. Former Westchester Knicks guard Myles Powell is the latest example, as The Athletic’s Sham Charania announced Wednesday that Powell would be joining the Milwaukee Bucks on a two-way contract.
The Milwaukee Bucks are bringing together their full squad ahead of the All-Star break. Milwaukee announced earlier Wednesday morning that they have recalled two-way player Mamadi Diakite from his G League assignment as he has been with the Lakeland Magic for the last month.
One marquee win. One deflating loss. Last time, on Milwaukee Bucks Weekly Wednesday Wrap-up: Just a few weeks ago, we were discussing the Milwaukee Bucks likely nadir of the season following back-to-back losses against the New Orleans Pelicans and Charlotte Hornets.
Following a hectic month of February full of twists and turns, the Milwaukee Bucks aimed to maintain some consistency throughout March. However, after winning their previous five games to close out last month, the Bucks started March off on the wrong foot with a sizeable home loss to the Denver Nuggets.
The Milwaukee Bucks‘ five-game win streak certainly finished with quite a thud Tuesday night. The Denver Nuggets strolled into Fiserv Forum and picked up their third straight victory with a 128-97 win that doubled as the Bucks’ worst loss so far this 2020-21 season.
Bucks shoot just 28.2% from deep On a night where they couldn’t buy a 3-point shot, the Milwaukee Bucks fell to the Denver Nuggets, 128-97. NBA.com Box Score Denver would take advantage of a porous Milwaukee defense after one, as they possessed a 37-23 advantage.
The Milwaukee Bucks are on quite the roll with the All-Star break within sight. Their thrilling 105-100 victory over the L.A. Clippers Sunday afternoon has helped them build a five-game winning streak and they’re hoping to pick up a sixth straight victory when they take on the Denver Nuggets Tuesday night at Fiserv Forum.
February was a strange month for the Milwaukee Bucks as they failed to showcase relatively little consistency from start to finish. They started things off relatively solid by winning five consecutive games as it looked like they had finally started to put the pieces together.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and his Milwaukee Bucks earned a huge win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday night, demonstrating they are a real threat to the West team, one of the best in the league in the first half of the season.
The Bucks held Los Angeles to 19 points in the 4th quarter on Sunday. How well did they defend? The scoring exhibition put on by Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo against the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday deserves attention.
The Milwaukee Bucks are coming off quite the high after picking up their signature victory of the 2020-21 season. By edging past the L.A. Clippers in what ended up being a 105-100 thrilling victory in favor the Bucks, Milwaukee added brought their win streak to five games.
Patton, 23, was the 16th pick in the 2016 draft, but was limited to just nine NBA games across his first three seasons in the NBA with the Timberwolves, Sixers and Thunder due in large part to injuries.