Author: MitchLang

Well what do you know, the healthy champs showed up and showed out.  It wasn’t always pretty but they demonstrated a lot of grit in their comeback win Tuesday night.  Down 10 points at halftime on the road, the Bucks battled all 48 minutes to squeak by with the 118-116 victory.   With only seven regular season games left, the Bucks seem to be clicking on all cylinders. The Bucks Need Brook Lopez When Brook Lopez was out with a back injury for much of this season he became almost a forgotten player.  I think many of us assumed he wasn’t…

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Now that we’re about 9 months removed from the infamous injury that made all Bucks fans uneasy, we finally can understand how dire the situation truly was.  Giannis has been healthy for the most part this season other than some lingering knee soreness, which is truly incredible considering how it initially appeared he could’ve been out for a large portion of this season.  Going up for a block against Clint Capela in Game 4 of the ECF, Giannis’ leg collided with Capela’s and significantly bent backwards.  Just about every doctor on social media was saying that he was going to…

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After a lot of speculation we now have some answers as to what Jon Horst has been planning.   In a massive deal initially broke by Adrian Wojnarowski, the Bucks, Kings, Clippers and Pistons all worked together in a four team trade.  Let me break down what this means for Milwaukee! https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1491817913803841541 Full Bucks Trade Details As of the writing of this article, the Bucks are receiving Serge Ibaka, two future second round picks and cash compensation.  This is in exchange for Donte DiVincenzo, Rodney Hood, and Semi Ojeleye.  It has not been announced where the draft picks are coming…

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It’s official, the Milwaukee Bucks once again have at least two players who will be playing the All-Star game.  After being snubbed last season, Khris Middleton earned his third career selection.  He will join teammate Giannis Antetokounmpo in the exhibition for the third time as well.  It was announced today that he was selected as a reserve in the Eastern Conference, along with Jimmy Butler, Darius Garland, James Harden, Zach LaVine, Jayson Tatum, and Fred VanVleet.  Let’s take a quick look at the reasons why he earned the nod this year! <blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>2022 NBA East All-Star reserves: Jimmy…

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The Athletic is celebrating the NBA’s 75th season by releasing their list of the Top 75 players in NBA history. A few months back it was revealed that Giannis Antetokounmpo made the exclusive list. As with any list there is always some controversy, but it comes as no surprise that Giannis made it. In just eight full seasons he has amassed more accolades than many Hall of Famers. How high could the two-time MVP, Defensive Player of the Year and reigning Finals MVP place? Eric Nehm sat down with Giannis to reveal where he exactly placed and get his reaction.…

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The 2021-2022 NBA trade deadline will be here soon. It’s time we take a look at some potential trades they could make to bolster their chances at repeating as champs. The Bucks are finally healthy and we’ve gotten a pretty good idea of what every player brings to the table. What players on the market could make sense? Let’s take a look. Bucks Land a new Big Man Milwaukee Bucks Receive: Myles Turner Indiana Pacers Receive: Brook Lopez, Donte Divincenzo, Jordan Nwora, 2022 2nd Round Pick, 2025 2nd Round Pick (originally from Pacers) This trade would be hard to swallow…

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After just one year of peace and quiet, many NBA rumor mills are spitting out more theories on the reigning Finals MVP. Right when Bucks fans thought they finally wouldn’t have to worry about this stuff for years, one quote changes all of that. What did Giannis’ quote really mean? Let me give my take. Giannis Antetokounmpo on the cover of GQ Magazine The Quote In his interview with GQ, Giannis covered topics from his knee injury to the birth of his second son and everything in between. There were many interesting things to be learned about Giannis and his…

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For the last 13 years or so, Aaron Rodgers has reigned supreme in the Dairy Land.  Some people had trouble letting go of Brett Favre, but soon into Rodgers’ starting career we all saw he was special.  From that point on no sports star in Wisconsin could trump Aaron. Until now. Rodgers’ tumultuous offseason coinciding with the Bucks’ championship run is a symbol for the changing of the guard.  While the situation with Rodgers and his bout with COVID-19 unfolds, let me state the case for Giannis as the new king of WI sports. Humble Beginnings One thing that makes…

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Well, there isn’t much to say after losing three straight at home other than to hope Milwaukee can get healthy soon.  The Bucks are simply just getting overpowered missing Jrue and Brook, throw Middleton into that group and it was going to take an incredible effort to win this game.  They played from behind most of the game but continually fought back to make it a contest throughout.  Milwaukee just didn’t have enough fire power in the end.  Let me break down who helped the Bucks and who didn’t play to their expectations. The Studs Giannis Antetokounmpo Giannis was the…

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Rumors that began back before Disney+ ever came to market are finally coming true.  Giannis is finally having a movie made about his life.  The movie titled “Rise” will follow the Giannis and his family’s life from when they moved to Greece, all the way until Giannis became an NBA player.  Many people already know his story as it is well documented, but it will be awesome to see a full length feature about it.  Rise is set to debut at some point in the year 2022. Rags to Riches For those who don’t know by now; Giannis and his…

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