Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby someguysomewhere » 15 Nov 2009, 15:16

If this kid keeps this up, we might have to start paying attention to what's going on in the Bradley Center for the next few years.

I wonder if Memphis, OKC, Sacto, 'sota, GState, the Kniks and the Craptors might want a do-over on the draft.

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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 15 Nov 2009, 15:37

But would GM Simmons have taken BJ? Thats what I care about
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby someguysomewhere » 15 Nov 2009, 16:02

BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:But would GM Simmons have taken BJ? Thats what I care about


Not surprisingly, the answer appears to be hell no.

Future NBA Executive of the Year wrote:5:32: Milwaukee follows up Tuesday's big trade (Richard Jefferson for a bag of doughnuts) by taking 19-year-old point guard Brandon Jennings, who averaged 19 minutes a game in Italy last season and gets a "Must Improve: Decision Making" graphic. If Jennings wanted to get paid for a year before he entered the draft, why didn't he just go to Memphis?

5:34: Fraschilla on Jennings: "Has to work on a jump shot. No doubt about that. Has to work on the halfcourt and running an offense." On the bright side, he can now tell the difference between a chianti and a barolo.

5:35: Bilas on Jennings: "His jump shot is broken, and it needs to be fixed … and I think he needs to improve his leadership abilities."

5:36: Simmons on Jennings: "Is there a way I can bet on his being back in Italy within five years?"

5:37: Andy Katz reports Jennings didn't come to the draft because his agent was afraid he might not get picked high. That prompts my old college roommate Chip (the only Bucks fan I know) to e-mail, "Is it a bad thing when your team makes a pick at No. 10, and the guy isn't there because his agent kept him away from the draft room?" Yes. Yes it is.
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby nova » 15 Nov 2009, 16:15

I can't be the only who saw young, pre-cornrows Allen Iverson in thos highlights from last night?
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby someguysomewhere » 15 Nov 2009, 16:20

nasty nova wrote:I can't be the only who saw young, pre-cornrows Allen Iverson in thos highlights from last night?


All I saw in those highlights was that someone needs to force that little motherfucker to his right hand.

He's nice, but I don't think he's got the "pop" that Iverson had when he was young. On the other hand, he's way more of a 1 than AI ever was.
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby ComplexLitigations » 11 Feb 2010, 16:23

Can we make a side thread for everytime Michael Redd gets injured?
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby Rodney Farva » 11 Feb 2010, 23:05

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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby ComplexLitigations » 12 Feb 2010, 10:03

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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby ComplexLitigations » 28 Mar 2010, 10:32

Not super relevant, but as I mentioned once before, my bro is security at Dave and Busters in Milwaukee, and I got to meet Brandon Jennings last night (again) for the 2nd time lol super nice guy. Who would have guessed he frequents D&B's?
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 28 Mar 2010, 10:35

ComplexLitigations wrote:Not super relevant, but as I mentioned once before, my bro is security at Dave and Busters in Milwaukee, and I got to meet Brandon Jennings last night (again) for the 2nd time . super nice guy. Who would have guessed he frequents D&B's?


What else is there to do in 'waukee? Wasnt that what McGahee said about Buffalo, the only thing to do was go to DnBs?
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby ComplexLitigations » 28 Mar 2010, 10:51

BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
ComplexLitigations wrote:Not super relevant, but as I mentioned once before, my bro is security at Dave and Busters in Milwaukee, and I got to meet Brandon Jennings last night (again) for the 2nd time . super nice guy. Who would have guessed he frequents D&B's?


What else is there to do in 'waukee? Wasnt that what McGahee said about Buffalo, the only thing to do was go to DnBs?


What about a tour of the miller brewery! lol yeah there isn't much to milwaukee, even though if I recall correctly Simmons said its one of his top 5 favorite cities?
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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby mister bacon » 28 Mar 2010, 14:58

ComplexLitigations wrote:
BostonSucksMyBalls wrote:
ComplexLitigations wrote:Not super relevant, but as I mentioned once before, my bro is security at Dave and Busters in Milwaukee, and I got to meet Brandon Jennings last night (again) for the 2nd time . super nice guy. Who would have guessed he frequents D&B's?


What else is there to do in 'waukee? Wasnt that what McGahee said about Buffalo, the only thing to do was go to DnBs?


What about a tour of the miller brewery!



brandon jennings isn't 21 yet.

yeah there isn't much to milwaukee, even though if I recall correctly Simmons said its one of his top 5 favorite cities?


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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 05 Apr 2010, 15:14

Don't watch this if you just ate a lot of food, are sick, or pregnant. In fact, don't watch this at all. Don't.



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Re: Milwaukee Bucks - Potentially Relevant

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