Author: Jordan Rondorf

Coach Bud and Giannis OUT Wednesday. Just when it seemed COVID had hit everyone on the Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer goes into COVID protocol. Joining Grayson Allen, Pat Connaughton, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Jordan Nwora, and Semi Ojeleye all out with health and safety. The last three are questionable for tonight if they test negative for today. https://twitter.com/jimowczarski/status/1478797991985270785?s=21 While both Donte Divencenzo and Brook Lopez are still out due to injuries. Also Giannis was ruled out with non-covid illness. https://twitter.com/scottgrodsky/status/1478797467609190406?s=21 Ham pictured on the right Darvin Ham, Bucks Assistant, will serve as the head coach at least for tonight against the…

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Today is September 1st, 2021. The day after the initial 53 man cutdown. The Packers, who are favored for another NFC North title and deep playoff run hopefully feel good with their roster. Well there is one player out there who could help this roster take another step offensively. In fact this player is a former pro-bowl receiver, and a former 1000 yard guy. Who do you ask? John Brown John Brown, the former Buffalo Bill and Las Vegas Raider asked for his release from Vegas.  As it looked like he may be the odd man out. Brown, 31 was…

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Crazy eyes are coming back to the Bucks to run it back with the team that helped him win a title. Bobby Portis stays home!! Bobby Portis who recently opted out of his 2nd year of the orignal 2 year deal with the Bucks decided he wanted to call Fiserv Forum home for at least one more season. Breaking Down the Contract The Bucks not only resigned Portis to a 2 year $9M deal that seems like a huge discount for this team, considering how many people believed Portis could get nearly $10M per season. And considering Torrey Craig, Kelly…

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The finals are under way and it’s been a lot of fun through 5 games. The home team in each of the first 4 games won before the Bucks went into enemy territory and took game 5. Both teams have had their moments to shine and moments to just forget. But these 5 players have been outstanding, and are the front runners for Finals MVP. 5. Pat Connaughton Pat Connaughton is known as a solid role player off the bench. However, the Notre Dame alum is much more then that and has shown that this playoffs and most notably in…

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Packers, Brewers, and the state of Wisconsin back the Bucks in chase of their first championship in 47 years, and the first for the state since 2010 Packers. More then that the Bucks now are just a win away as they lead the series 3-2 heading back to Milwaukee for game 6. But what does this season and this championship mean to the city and state of Wisconsin? A Championship Finally!! Wisconsin sports always seen to be so close to getting there, and winning a title, but always seem to come up short. This needs to be the time they…

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The Problem The Milwaukee Brewers have a problem and one that likely won’t be fixed without an extended time in the minors. Keston Hiura has so much talent, and if he can get back to his 2019 form would be a huge bat in this lineup. The Brewers believed so much in Huira’s bat that they tried to switch him to 1st to cover up his defensive liability but even that has been a mess. They have been patient with Huira now both offensively and defensively but to no avail. While Dan Vogelbach has been consistent and seems to be…

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The Milwaukee Bucks. The Brooklyn Nets. Giannis Antetokounmpo, the two time MVP versus NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant. The Beard and Mr. Flat Earther versus KHA$H Money and Joe Dumars Sportsmanship Winner. This matchup feels more like Space Jam sequel with all the big names and goofy characters than an NBA second round playoff series. Matchup Details Game 1: Milwaukee Bucks (46-26) @ Brooklyn Nets (48-24) The Place: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY. The Time: Saturday, June 5th, 6:30 PM CT Telecast: TNT The Likely Starters Bucks: Jrue Holiday – Pat Connaughton – Khris Middleton – Giannis Antetokounmpo – Brook Lopez Nets:…

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Game 2 of a back to back against a really bad Magic team allowed the Bucks to get back on track and flush the Spurs game. The Magic hung around, but largely played the game with a double digit deficit. Young Magic The Magic traded away all of their stars this season and are banking on a young team being able to develop and compete in a few season. Guys like Mo Wagner and Cole Anthony lead the way for the Magic. Bucks Starting Five The Bucks Starting five played well offensively as they scored 89 of the 114 for…

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In a game where both teams had playoff implications on the line we expected a great match. San Antonio Spurs looking to clinch a spot in the play in tournament in the west as they came into the game as the 10th seed. The Bucks came in a half game back of the Nets for the second seed in the East. Bucks controlled their destiny for the 2nd seed well until tonight. Record Breaking 1st Half Spurs looked like they were having a shoot around as they scored a franchise record 87 first half points. The Spurs went on to…

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So by now we all are completely indulged in the braking news by Adam Schefter, “Aaron Rodgers is disgruntled and wants out in Green Bay.” Negatives of Rodgers Trade Obviously when you lose a player like Rodgers it will hurt. Not only on the team but on the die hard fans of the Packers. Rodgers is the reigning MVP and has brought a title to GB in his tenure. However someday Green Bay is bound to be post-Rodgers. Nobody thought it would come this soon, but  what if we’ve watched Rodgers last game in Green Bay? What A Trade Could…

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