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Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012
So many topics and only so much space. The Observers gab so well that they often find themselves with a backlog of blather. So Frank's latest trip Back East provided an opportunity to work off some surplus comments from recent weeks...
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Fans of the Milwaukee Bucks have had a pretty dull ride since 2001, the last time their team won a postseason series. In 11 years there have been only two winning seasons and four brief trips to the playoffs. Mostly it's been lap after lap on a roundabout...
07.01.2012 | | Posted at 08:46 PM
By Nicole
The reaction to the Bucks' first two draft picks were wildly varied. With the no 14 pick, they took North Carolina power forward John Henson and with the no 42 pick they took Kentucky shooting guard Doron Lamb. While most folks seemed to like the Lamb pick, the reaction to the Henson pick ran the gamut. Royce Young of CBSSports.com gave the pick a "D" saying that the Bucks had essentially picked t...
07.01.2012 | | Posted at 08:32 PM
By Nicole
Former Badger Jon Leuer will no longer be playing in Milwaukee. He and two other Bucks were traded to the Houston Rockets along with the Bucks no. 12 draft pick in exchange for the Rockets' 14th pick and Samuel Dalembert. But it might not be the final stopping place for Leuer. Rumors are that Houston is hopin got acquire Dwight Howard and are amassing prospects to entire Orlando. Dalembert gives t...
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
A funny thing happened last year on LeBron James' march to “not one, not two... not six, not seven” NBA championships with the Miami Heat. James and superstar sidekicks Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were stunned in the NBA Finals by the Dallas...
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
It's official: The Milwaukee Bucks are on the NBA's endangered list. Owner Herb Kohl recently declared that if a new arena doesn't replace the Bradley Center within a few years, “Milwaukee's chances of remaining a part of the NBA are not robust...
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
So, has everyone caught “Let's Tear Down the Bradley Center and Build a New One” fever yet?
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
It was a modest goal, to be sure, but it was within the Bucks' reach. Energized by the mid-March trade that landed shooting guard Monta Ellis from Golden State, they climbed to the .500 mark on April 7 and were a half-game behind New York for the last spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Then they lost five of six games, including a heartbreaker at home to the Knicks and a disaster against lowly Washington. The slump dropped them three games behind Philadelphia in the playoff race, and Monday night they were officially eliminated for the fifth time in six years....

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