This is an interesting article, because from a player’s perpective even he couldn’t figure out why the coach after only a year on the job wanted out and fprced his way to Milwaukee. Granted maybe Kirilenko had a ax to grind but it wouldn’t be the first time a player did and it won’t beContinue reading “Kirilenko blast Kidd says he couldn’t handle New York pressure”
Yes we went way back in the files for this one. Terry Cummings was a true power forward who made like difficult for those guarding him. For a man with an irregular heartbeat who wasn’t supposed to play 18 years he managed just fine. Cummings attended DePaul University from 1979 to 1982. He averaged 16.4Continue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Terry Cummings”
Johnson was selected third overall in the 1977 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, who were coached by Don Nelson. Johnson helped lead Milwaukee to several division titles (1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984). In his second season in 1978–79, he was the NBA’s third leading scorer (25.6 PPG), behind George Gervin (29.6) and Lloyd FreeContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Marques Johnson”
In light of Jason Kidd’s escape from Brooklyn to Milwaukee, we thought it be fair to you to show and salutes some past Milwaukee Bucks just so Kidd could at least know some of who played for the team in the past. So we start with the very talented and athletic Sidney Moncrief. Moncrief’s NBAContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Sidney Moncrief”
He was a gifted point guard who knew the game. He was someone who saw the whole develop long before it happened. That was on the court. Off the court he continuingly reminds us he leaves alot to be desired. It appears everywhere he goes he forces the issue and either coaches fall or heContinue reading “Jason Kidd showed his true colors… again”
There were times when Kareem was not easy to root for. There was the time Dr.J posterized in a all star game, there was the time when Kareem turned thug and broken his hand punching Milwaukee center Kent Benson in the face. But there was no denying that Kareem was one of the greatest playersContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday…Kareem Abdul Jabbar”
As many of you readers who have been on this site for a while know I cherish my old school roots and old school players, here is a all time great that does still receive enough recogination…None other than The Big O …Oscar Robertson.
This old school video features two of the greatest centers to ever play the game. Yes that is Kareem sporting a low fro’ and sideburns from back in the day. These big men truly went at it. No love lost here.
Doc Rivers got the point guard he wanted in Chris Paul now he gets the shooter in J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley. Is that better than the Nets trade for Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierece? We will find out. According to publisdhed reports: The Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks have reached agreementContinue reading “Clippers land J.J. Redick, Jared Dudley in three-team trade; Suns get Eric Bledsoe”