Author: Paolo Songco

Paolo has been covering the NBA for the past seven years. He is from the Philippines and holds a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems from the Ateneo de Manila University (2009). Paolo cut his teeth with ClutchPoints, where he established himself as one of the top and most tenured associate editors on the website. Now with Wisconsin Sports Heroics, he is looking to bring his passion and excellent journalism skills to the table.

Milwaukee Bucks

It has been nearly a decade since Milwaukee Bucks superstar Damian Lillard entered the league. Selected as the No. 6 overall pick by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2012 NBA Draft, Dame was expected to take the league by storm. Well, he wasted no time making a name for himself as he came into the NBA Summer League to prove a point. Milwaukee Bucks News: Damian Lillard Looks Back at Summer League Experience Dame remembers his Summer League experience well. So does Austin Rivers, who happens to be the son of Bucks head coach Doc Rivers. Lillard…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Doc Rivers

In order for the Milwaukee Bucks to make significant upgrades to their roster ahead of the new season, it’s a given that they will need to part ways with some valuable assets to do so. This could come in the form of sharpshooting guard Pat Connaughton, who is now entering the final guaranteed year of his current contract. According to Bleacher Report’s most recent trade proposal, bidding farewell to Connaughton could potentially land the Bucks a player like the Chicago Bulls’ Ayo Dosunmu. Ayo Dosonmu to the Milwaukee Bucks? Dan Favale of B/R believes that Dosunmu would be…

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Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks have a lot of options to choose from in the upcoming 2024 NBA Draft. It’s also true, however, that this team also has a number of areas to address ahead of the new season. There’s no denying that the Bucks had their fair share of defensive issues last term, particularly in the backcourt. As such, it would not be a totally bad idea for them to use their second-round pick on a guy like Tristen Newton of UConn. Tristen Newton Works Out With Milwaukee Bucks Newton, a 6-foot-5 guard who is coming off his fifth…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Patrick Beverley

Milwaukee Bucks guard Patrick Beverley is the type who works hard and parties hard. His body of work throughout what has been a colorful 11-year NBA career speaks for itself. One thing you can say about Beverley is that he knows how to have a good time, too. As it turns out, however, he had a little bit too much fun during his recent trip to Las Vegas. Milwaukee Bucks News: Patrick Beverley Recounts Hilarious Las Vegas Misadventure Now that he’s officially on summer vacation, Beverley just had to take the mandatory offseason Vegas trip. He brought his…

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Jul 22, 2021; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) holds his NBA Finals MVP Trophy during the Milwaukee Bucks victory parade. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Milwaukee Bucks fans have long come to terms with the fact that Giannis Antetokounmpo will not be playing in this year’s iteration of the much-awaited NBA Finals. Nevertheless, now that the seven-game series has finally arrived, it’s hard not to imagine what it would be like if the Bucks were able to win the East again this year. That’s obviously all just wishful thinking at this point, but it still doesn’t take away from the fact that Giannis is still in possession of one of the most impressive NBA Finals records in the game today — a notion that the…

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Patrick Beverley, Milwaukee Bucks, Team USA, Olympics

Milwaukee Bucks news: So much has been said about the NBA Finals matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics. Finally, it has arrived. For his part, Bucks vet Patrick Beverley has chimed in on all the chitchat surrounding the seven-game series between the two best teams in the league today. The 35-year-old hasn’t revealed his pick for the winner of the series — at least not in this clip — but he’s dropped an intriguing prediction on how he believes this clash is going to play out. Milwaukee Bucks News: Patrick Beverley’s NBA Finals Prediction Speaking…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Damian Lillard

The Milwaukee Bucks swung for the fences last summer when they went all-in on Damian Lillard. At that point in time, it just felt like it was the type of landscape-shifting deal the front office had to pull the trigger on to improve the team’s chances of winning a title in 2024. That obviously did not come to fruition, but the general belief is that the Bucks can only get better in Dame’s second year in Milwaukee. What if they don’t, though? Milwaukee Bucks News: Damian Lillard’s Decline Is Upon Us Will Eudy of Behind the Bucks Pass…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Patrick Beverley

Milwaukee Bucks guard Patrick Beverley has attempted to end the stirring debate on whether or not NBA players can easily transition to the NFL. This entire brouhaha has taken a life of its own after veteran guard Austin Rivers, the son of Bucks head coach Doc Rivers, claimed that NBA players would have no issue playing professional football. Pat Bev has now chimed in with his own take on this polarizing issue. Milwaukee Bucks News: Patrick Beverley Weighs In on NBA Vs. NFL Debate In a recent episode of The Pat Bev Pod, Beverley had three-time Pro Bowler tight…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Patrick Beverley

Milwaukee Bucks veteran Patrick Beverley has found a lot of success with his podcast, The Pat Bev Pod. The fans have taken a certain liking to Beverley’s own type of vernacular as well as the weighty insights he’s had on a multitude of topics. What cannot be denied, though, is that the podcast would not be as successful as it is today had it not been for the contributions of his co-host, Rone. Milwaukee Bucks News: Patrick Beverley Will Put $1 Million on the Line for Rone In case you didn’t know, Rone, aka Adam Ferrone, does not only…

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Milwaukee Bucks, MarJon Beauchamp

Regardless of what happens in the offseason, there’s no doubt that the Milwaukee Bucks will still have one of the oldest rosters in 2024-25. There is an apparent lack of young talent in this squad at the moment, which is an undeniably significant cause for concern — especially if you start thinking about what this team will look like five or so years down the road. Perhaps what’s even more troubling is the fact that even the Bucks faithful themselves don’t have much confidence in the youth talent pool the team currently has at its disposal. Milwaukee Bucks Fans Have…

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