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08.30.2011 | | Posted at 02:26 PM
By Nicole
Andy Glockner over at SI.com points out that Marquette had a tough run last season and often had to look for ways to win a game in the closing  minutes. He says they shouldn't have to do that this year. He points out the emergence of Darius Johnson-Odom, Jae Crowder, Junior Cadougan, Chris Otule and Vander Blue and says that instead of being on the bubble, Marquette should find themselves comfort...
Monday, June 27, 2011
The Milwaukee Bucks have made big changes. They've corrected some bad personnel decisions, moving out underachievers and acquiring rookies and veterans who have just what the Bucks need to become an NBA contender again...
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
I told you a while back to wake me up when the NBA playoffs reached their final four, and now the alarm has rung. Chicago and Miami in the East, Dallas and Oklahoma City in the West. And along the way you've missed some pretty compelling basketball.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Talk about a lost weekend. The Bucks were all but eliminated from the NBA playoff race with their one-point loss at Indiana. The next two days, the Brewers completed a three-game flop in their season-opening series against division rival Cincinnati...
03.15.2011 | | Posted at 03:17 PM
By Nicole
CBS is trying something new this season with March Madness games. Instead of focusing on CBS covering games and showing regional coverage, they have spread the games out on their cadre of networks (CSB, TBS, TNT, truTV), so that every game will be televised. Unfortunately, both Marquette and Wisconsin's games are scheduled to air on truTV (formerly Court TV). The Journal-Sentinel is reporting th...
02.24.2011 | | Posted at 09:01 AM
By Nicole
In February 2008, the Badgers were down one to Indiana with 12 seconds left. This happened:   Fast forward to last night. Freshman John Gasser (he of UW's only ever triple double) wins the game for Wisconsin against Michigan:  ...
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010

Favorite Buck

Last season, the electrifying rookie point guard helped lead the Bucks to their most regular-season wins in nine years. The previous year was spent in Italy as the first all-American to forgo college and play professionally in Europe. As for next season, his goals for the team include earning 50 victories, winning...