Author: Sean Foley

Sean runs the UK Bucks fan account from Edinburgh, Scotland.

After dropping game two to The Chicago Bulls, The Milwaukee Bucks bounced back with a statement win on Friday. The win gives the Bucks a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference First Round. Let’s take a look back at the convincing 111-81 blowout win. A Strong Start Chicago were playing in their first home playoff game since 2017. Coach Budenholzer and his coaching staff knew that a strong start would go a long way to silencing the boisterous home crowd. The “Let’s Go Bulls” chants didn’t last long as the Bucks raced out to a 33-17 point lead after 12…

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The Milwaukee Bucks came into this season with a deep roster. A roster with enough depth that went all the way and won the NBA Championship last season. However through trades and free agents, that roster has changed as this season has progressed. If you ask me, the roster has improved somewhat. Head Coach Mike Budenholzer now has a decision to make – who he will include in his playoff rotation against The Chicago Bulls. Given the quality of the roster, it won’t be an easy task. Let’s have a look at the roster and what we can expect. Starters…

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The Milwaukee Bucks return to the Fiserv Forum tonight and host the Los Angeles Clippers. Both teams are on the latter end of back to backs. The Bucks come into this one on the back of two huge Eastern Conference wins. Let’s take a look at the game and three things to look out for. #1: Giannis Giannis has continued his push for a third MVP award this season and has been on incredible form. On the back of his 44 points against Brooklyn last night, Giannis overtook Kareem Abdul Jabaar as the all time leader in points scored for the…

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6th man of the year

He’s a fan favourite, he’s a heck of a team player and he’s stepped up this season when the Bucks have needed him most – to replace the injured Brook Lopez. Let’s have a look at the importance of Bobby Portis to the Bucks this season. Replacing Brook Lopez It was never going to be an easy task for whoever stepped in to the starting five to replace the injured Brook Lopez, who has been out since opening night. Not only is Brook the biggest player on the team standing at seven feet, but he was instrumental in last season’s…

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We’ve reached the All-Star break in the NBA regular season. The reigning champions, Milwaukee Bucks, sit fifth in the Eastern Conference. They are 2.5 games behind Miami and Chicago, who occupy the top two spots. The Bucks have a record of 36 wins and 24 losses going into the final stretch of the regular season. Let’s have a look at what we can expect from the remainder of the season. Next Five Games There’s no denying that the Bucks have a tough stretch ahead of them when the season resumes. We begin with a three-game home stand starting with the…

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The Milwaukee Bucks continue their western road trip when they take on Phoenix on Thursday night in a rematch of the 2021 NBA Finals. This is true first time these teams have met since that six game series in which Milwaukee emerged victorious. The NBA champions are currently 3-0 on the four game trip. Lets take a look at three things to help the Bucks win.   #1: Giannis to continue his MVP level form There’s a reason Giannis Antetokounmpo has won two MVP awards and numerous other accolades already in his career. The Greek Freak is currently on a…

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The Bucks knocked the Chicago Bulls off their perch Friday night after a 94-90 win at the Fiserv Forum. Up next is the Sacramento Kings at the Fiserv Forum in the second game in as many nights. Let’s have a look at three things to watch for in this one. #1: Break The Back To Back Mould Pat Connaughton continues to be an integral part of the Milwaukee Bucks’ success. The Bucks are notoriously bad for struggling on night two of a back to back. Which is fair if we are honest, it can’t be easy. I’m no athletic, super…

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Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Jrue Holiday of the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Milwaukee Bucks got back to their winning ways on Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies with a 126-114 win. Up next is the Chicago Bulls at the Fiserv Forum. Let’s have a look at three things to watch for in this big Eastern Conference clash. #1: Jrue Holiday is BACK! Jrue Holiday made his comeback from an ankle injury on Wednesday night when we beat a hot Grizzlies team. It couldn’t have come at a better time, in all honesty. The Bucks struggled without our very talented PG, losing the two prior games in which we were in winning positions.…

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The Milwaukee Bucks lost their last game on the road to the Atlanta Hawks, despite leading for a large part of the game. Let’s have a look at three things to watch for in their next match against the Memphis Grizzlies. #1: Third Quarter Bucks For some reason, no matter how well the Bucks play in the first, second, and fourth quarters, we have issues playing in the third. In Monday’s loss to the Hawks, we were up by double figures at half time. We lead by as much as 15 at one point, and things were looking rosy for…

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Pat loves a three-pointer It’s been discussed fairly regularly on social media how much of a difference there is in Pat Connaughton’s game since he won a championship with the Milwaukee Bucks last season. He seems more confident and looks like he’s really enjoying himself out there. It’s worth noting here that I’m a fan of Pat being considered for 6th Man Of The Year this season. Let’s break it all down and see how much he has improved this year. Pat With A Ring In his first 30 games this season, Pat stepped up big when the team was…

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