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    Milwaukee Bucks routing the New York Knicks 107-80.

    The game featured seven Bucks scoring in double figures lead byBrandon Jennings with 19 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists.
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    bucks win over hawks 108-91. Jennings with 19pts, 5rebs and 6asts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    bucks win over hawks 108-91. Jennings with 19pts, 5rebs and 6asts.
    I hope Milwaukee is back on track. A few weeks ago, I thought Milwaukee was the fourth best team in the East (ahead of Chicago, behind Boston, Miami, Orlando). This is a nice 17 point win over the Hawks, a team that I didn't have many hopes for this year.
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    The Milwaukee Bucks making a gallant stand against the defending NBA Champions, the Los Angeles Lakers despite losing 118-107.

    Brandon Jennings was the best player to lead the Bucks with 31 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds.
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    Injured shooting guard Michael Redd told the press that he will be 100% ready to play for the Bucks in February 2011.
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    The Milwaukee Bucks absorbing their fifth consecutive lost against the Detroit Pistons 103-98.
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    The Milwaukee Bucks snapping their five game losing streak by winning against the Charlotte Bobcats 101-104.

    Brandon Jennings lead 5 other Bucks players in double figures by scoring a game high 32 points and with 7 assists. Center Andrew Bogut did not play due to back spasms.
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    Nene scores 24, Anthony ejected in Nuggets’ win




    DENVER (AP)—Nene scored 24 points and the Denver Nuggets weathered the third-quarter ejection of star forward Carmelo Anthony(notes) to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 105-94 Wednesday night for their season-best fifth consecutive win.

    J.R. Smith(notes) had 20 points and 10 rebounds and Chauncey Billups(notes) added 16 points for the Nuggets, who defeated the only team to sweep the season series from them last year. Milwaukee went 2-0 against Denver in 2009-10.

    John Salmons(notes) scored 21 points for the Bucks. Corey Maggette(notes) added 17 points and Larry Sanders(notes) and Brandon Jennings(notes) had 14 apiece.


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    Anthony had 14 points when he was tossed with 2:40 remaining in the third quarter for arguing with officials over a non-call.

    Down by five at the break, the Nuggets regained the lead for the first time since early in the first period when Nene completed a three-point play to put Denver up 62-61 with 5:31 remaining in the third quarter.

    The Nuggets scored the next six points on a 3-pointer by Arron Afflalo(notes) and three free throws by Billups, including one for a technical foul call on Milwaukee coach Scott Skiles.

    Milwaukee had closed to 68-65 when Anthony drove to the basket for a layup attempt and Sanders blocked the shot against the backboard. Anthony complained immediately to the officials that there should have been a goaltending call and when he persisted was hit with the first technical.

    During a television timeout after that initial sequence, Anthony renewed his complaint with the officials and was hit with a second technical, leading to his automatic expulsion. He was escorted off the floor.

    The Nuggets nevertheless maintained command, taking a 76-71 lead into the fourth quarter. They stretched their lead with a 7-0 burst that included a pair of free throws and a basket by Al Harrington(notes). After Billups hit a 3-pointer with 7:39 left, Denver had a comfortable 90-79 advantage.

    Milwaukee led by as many as 11 in the second quarter, going in front 36-25 on Sanders’ 16-foot jumper with 7:18 left in the period. The Nuggets didn’t let the Bucks get any further in front, chipping away at the lead over the final 5 minutes of the first half to pull to 50-45.

    NOTES: Bucks F Drew Gooden(notes) was back in action after being held out of the previous game because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot. … Milwaukee was missing center Andrew Bogut(notes) (neck) and forward Carlos Delfino(notes) (neck). … The Nuggets’ longest active losing streak to another team was three games to the Bucks. … Sanders also had 10 rebounds.
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    Center Andrew Bogut said that he will likely play on Saturday night versus the Orlando Magic.
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    Default Milwaukee Bucks waive Hobson

    The Milwaukee Bucks have waived guard Darington Hobson and sources said the Bucks are contemplating on signing veteran forward Brian Skinner.
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    The Milwaukee Bucks are set to face the Orlando Magic minus the Magic's center Dwight Howard and reserve forward Mickael Pietrus.

    Andrew Bogut is listed day to day for the Bucks and depending on the assessment made by the coach and the medical staff, will play or may not play.
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    Milwaukee Bucks 96 Orlando Magic 85

    Andrew Bogut in his return after missing a few games lead the Bucks with a team high 31 points and 18 rebounds. Bogut also had 2 steals and 2 blocks. Point guard Brandon Jennings had 27 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Milwaukee Bucks 96 Orlando Magic 85

    Andrew Bogut in his return after missing a few games lead the Bucks with a team high 31 points and 18 rebounds. Bogut also had 2 steals and 2 blocks. Point guard Brandon Jennings had 27 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists.
    Great comeback by Bogut Hope no more injuries for him for the rest of the season even though as mentioned before he won't be able to be at 100% for this season as his freak injury of last year is still bothering him.

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    An update on forward Carlos Delfino regarding his concussion.

    Bucks' Delfino recovering from concussion

    St. Francis — Carlos Delfino admits the last 30 days have been "scary" after he suffered a concussion, an injury he initially thought was just a bump on the head.

    The Milwaukee Bucks forward went from swishing three-pointers and making pinpoint passes on the basketball court to lying in a dark room in his apartment, unable to watch TV or even look at a computer.

    If he talked too much, his head would ache.

    Now the 28-year-old Argentine is taking some small steps forward, such as riding a stationary bike Tuesday while his teammates prepared for Wednesday night's game against Indiana.

    "It's frustrating because it's nothing you can control," Delfino said. "It's not like a knee injury where you go and work and you lift weights. Here it's your brain, and every single thing you do, you're using your brain.

    "I wasn't able to watch TV or read on the Internet or read books or even talk, because if I was talking I was having headaches. I had vertigo and dizziness."

    Delfino has made definite progress in the last few weeks and recently was evaluated by Bucks team physician Sam Idarraga and neuropsychologist Michael McCrea. Their evaluation showed Delfino to be 90% free of his concussive symptoms.

    But Delfino will not be able to return to the court until he is symptom-free.

    "Even now if I'm driving, I can't talk at the same time," Delfino said. "I'm able to drive and I feel safe driving. But if I'm on the passenger side, even one week ago, I was feeling like every car was coming to me.

    "If someone is talking to me or calling on the phone, I can't stay too long. I can focus on only one thing right now."

    Delfino also suffered a concussion in late March when he was inadvertently stepped on by Miami's Udonis Haslem in a game at the Bradley Center. Delfino was taken off the floor on a stretcher that night.

    But his latest injury was not so obvious, occurring when he was taking a charge and his head hit another player's knee during a game at Minnesota on Oct. 29, the second game of the season.

    The next night, in the Bucks' home opener against Charlotte, he took an inadvertent elbow to his ear as he rebounded the ball in the fourth quarter.

    "It was just an action from the game," Delfino said. "After the elbow shot on my ear, I started to be more shaky and more tired. But for me it was nothing really serious."

    The following weekend Delfino took a blow to the cheekbone from Indiana's Danny Granger, and the next night against New Orleans he was feeling dizzy and came out of the game in the first half.

    "At the beginning I wasn't taking too much care of that," Delfino said. "Every single hit you take, you're going to feel it. That's why I had two things at the same time. I had a vestibular issue from the ear shot."

    When he returns to the court, Delfino will play with protective headgear that he already has sampled.

    "I don't want to work out with that," Delfino said, "but it will be something useful for me. We know I'm going to wear it and it's going to help. But we don't know the date when I'm going to get back."

    Delfino said he is working on his memory and feeling better in his reaction to light and sound. He sat on the Bucks bench for a brief time Saturday during the game against Orlando, the first time he had been able to do that since the injury.

    "I was there for a couple minutes, but it was really hard with the lights and music, and it was loud," Delfino said. "I was trying to watch the game. I was there one month ago and it was such a different experience.

    "I was here playing and competing; then one month later I was in a suit. My brain right now is just one step back. It's frustrating because there's nothing you can do.

    "You just continue to work on the little things and focus on that. Hopefully step by step I will continue to get better."

    Delfino's wife, Martina, has been a strong source of support, and he said his parents, Carlos and Cristina, traveled from Argentina and stayed in Milwaukee for one week.

    "It was great for them and me," Delfino said. "I'm trying to show them I'm OK.

    "And everyone here in the organization is great to me. With the symptoms of a concussion you change emotions; you get sometimes aggressive or emotional. I know I've been like that."

    Delfino also credited his teammates for texting him and showing their support.

    He emerged as a key player for the Bucks last season when he played in 75 games, including 66 starts, and averaged 11 points and 5.3 rebounds.

    It was his three-pointer from the corner that helped lift the Bucks to a Game 5 victory over the Atlanta Hawks in the first round of the playoffs, although the Bucks eventually fell in seven games.

    Then he had a highly productive summer while playing for the Argentine national team in the FIBA World Championship, teaming with Luis Scola as the South American nation placed fifth.

    And Delfino was the Bucks starting small forward and off to a great start (averaging 12.9 points in seven games) before being sidelined.

    "The day I shoot the ball again, I know I'm going to make a huge step," Delfino said.

    "When you have a concussion your head is fragile and you're at risk. I already have two concussions and it's something that can be serious if I don't take care of it."
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    Milwaukee Bucks 97 Indiana Pacers 95

    Irsan Ilyasova with 21 points and 10 rebounds while point guard Brandon Jennings had 22 points and Andrew Bogut scored 17 points while adding 11 rebounds and 5 blocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Irsan Ilyasova with 21 points and 10 rebounds while point guard Brandon Jennings had 22 points and Andrew Bogut scored 17 points while adding 11 rebounds and 5 blocks.
    And Bogut kept Roy Hibbert to 13 points, 5 rebounds. Of course, the downside to Bogut's night was the 5/13 shooting. Of course, the whole team apparently shot 36% on the night. That's awful. I'm surprised they won this game, although 32/40 FT shooting helps (7/10 from Bogut).
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    The Milwaukee Bucks has edged the Houston Rockets, 97-91. Andrew Bogut leads the Bucks with 24 points, 22 rebounds and 3 assists.
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    The Milwaukee Bucks snapping the Dallas Mavericks' winning streak via a 103-99 win. Andrew Bogut scored 21 points, had 14 rebounds and 2 blocks. Point guard Brandon Jennings scores 23 points, 5 rebounds and had 10 assists.

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    Forward John Salmons is expected to miss some games due to back spasms. Salmons will not play tonight against San Antonio.

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    The return of Chris Douglas-Roberts have been a most welcome presence for the scoring struggles of the Bucks where the team is last in the league in points scored as a team. Douglas-Roberts scored 21 points against the San Antonio Spurs, which is a team high.

    Since John Salmons is out, I expect Douglas-Roberts to remain as the starting off-guard and try to take the scoring work-load from Brandon Jennings and Andrew Bogut.

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