Author: Jordan Rondorf

Two hard fighting teams fighting for playoff seeding, the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Indiana Pacers Monday night. Milwaukee looking to continue their recent success, while Indiana needs to win to keep pace for a play in situation. Recent Success The Bucks in the last 10 games are 9-1, while averaging 120 points a game. Doing this while shooting over 48% from the field, collecting nearly 50 rebounds a game, and 25 assists.  This includes a current 6 game winning streak that the Bucks look to extend as they close the gap on the top two teams in the East.…

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Wisconsin Women’s Hockey team took down Northeastern University 2-1 in OT to win the the National Title. Intro to The Game After UW missed 6 games in December due to Covid many worried about them finishing the season. Well they did that, won the confrence tournament, and made it all the way to the championship. With a record of (17-3-1). All three losses came to Final Four Teams. Two losses to Ohio St and one to Minnesota Duluth. For Northeastern seeking their schools first ever championship in any sport they went 18 games in a row without losing. A streak…

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DiVincenzo, the former 17th overall pick in 2018 for the Bucks, all but had his bags packed. He was set to be dealt in the in famous leaked trade, that would have netted the Bucks, Bogdan Bogdanovic. Well, due to the leagues investigation on tampering Bogdanovic went to the Hawks and DiVincenzo remained with the Bucks. Possibly a blessing in disguise? Well fast forward a few months later and DiVincenzo has became the 5th starter for a good Bucks team. The Good Launched into a starting role at shooting guard to start the season, DiVincenzo has responded well. While having…

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Well here we are at the “half way” point of the season. The All-Star break is a time for teams and fans to celebrate the greats in the league. It’s time for us to talk about snubs from the All-Star festivities, and to give a mid-year grade. Who’s going to pass with flying colors, exceeding expectations, and who’s going to need a tutor to get back on track? Khris Middleton Khris Middleton is having an underrated year and even missed out on his third All-Star nod. Shooting well from the field, and being Giannis’ Robin, Middleton is quietly having an…

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Bucks' forward Thanasis Antetokounmpo dunks during a game against the Sacramento Kings. (Morry Gash/AP)

The “bigger” brother to back to back MVP Giannis, Thanasis has slowly carved out a role on this Bucks team. Since being brought in to Milwaukee, Thanasis has simply been a deep bench player, who happens to be Giannis’ brother. Well not anymore. Thanasis since the Bucks five game losing streak in mid-February has found himself playing more. Although not an offensive weapon like Giannis, Thanasis helps the Bucks with his energy, something the team lacks at times. but how does it effect his grade? Let’s take a look. The Good Thanasis effort and relentless motor created a spark for…

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The Middleton Process Khris Middleton was never supposed to be this good. In fact, as the 39th pick in 2012, Middleton went to the Detroit Pistons. Where as a rookie, he played in just 27 games and looked like a back end of the bench type player at most. Then in 2013 Middleton was thrown in as part of the Brandon Jennings trade to Detroit and end up with the Bucks. Where since that day he has continued to work and develop into now being the number 2 option and 3x NBA All-Star (2019, 2020, 2021). But, it took a…

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One thing is for certain after watching both the Wisconsin Badgers and Milwaukee Bucks get killed in the paint they both need to find answers. Unfortunately, I don’t have any for Greg Gard’s Badgers, however I might have solved the Bucks for next year. Luka Garza!! Luka Garza single handily put the game out of reach in the first half for Iowa against the Badgers Thursday night. A match up Wisconsin will see again sadly very soon. However, Garza brilliant play the last two seasons have had a lot of teams feeling incapable. Garza is on pace to become just…

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After the recent splurge of moves to bolster the Nets roster many have moved them to the top of the list for favorites for the NBA finals. But, is the Nets big three better then teams like the Lakers, Clippers, Warriors, or Bucks? Rank 30-21 The teams here are not up to par with the best teams in the NBA. These teams have to rely on a team game to win. Teams like the Spurs and Hornets are in the playoff right now and thrived on a diverse team approach they likely wont have enough talent to compete in round…

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Unlike Friday night’s win against the Cavaliers the Bucks didn’t start slow Saturday night against the same Cavs team. But that wasn’t the only difference in the game as the Bucks walked out winners again. The MVP Giannis had 33 points on Friday night and needed majority of those to help claw out of the slow start. Tonight Giannis was played slightly differently and still put in 24 points on 8 of 15 shooting. [pickup_prop id=”4756″] Khris’ 3 Tier Scoring Khris Middleton showed off his long range shooting hitting 4/5 three point attempts. While hitting from downtown Middleton seemed to…

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This is the third part of four part GM Series. The first two parts I focused on tier one guards who can help the Bucks get passed the hump and make it to the finals. In this article I look at tier 2 guards. These guys are not All-Stars but can help this team take another step without giving up their stars.  Any one of these guys would be a great trade target for the Bucks. Trade #1: Derrick Rose (Detroit) A former MVP, Rose who went through a stretch of injuries that put his career in jeopardy has bounced…

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