Daybreak Doppler: Looking Ahead For The Bucks
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women from Tarantino Movies.
Uma Thurman (Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction & The Bride in Kill Bill)
The Bucks beat the Suns 108-99 in the first game with Jim Boylan at the helm.
Bucksketball has grades from last nights Bucks game.
PackerNet is thinking this weekend’s Packers-49ers game has makings of an instant classic.
Lombardi Ave recaps Mike McCarthy’s press conference from yesterday.
Bucky’s 5th Quarter on The Ryan Evans Conundrum.
Gary Andersen continues to round out his staff, Auburn TE coach Jay Boulware to be named to same position at Wisconsin.
Disciples of Uecker with …Your Contact Hitting Brewers.
Examining the Most Overexposed U.S. Sports Teams.
I’m hoping none of our readers are on this list of 21 Ill-Advised Sports Tattoos.
This dog is kicking some ass here, This dog dominates an agility course better than you’ve ever done anything.
Not so sure I’ll be going to Red Lobster anytime soon now, Four Of The World’s Most Bizarre Seafood Dishes.
Gaaahhh…got dizzy just looking at these, Anyone With A Fear Of Heights Should Avoid This Post Like The Plague.
I’d be crying like a little girl, Man Sits In Glass Box While Polar Bear Tries To Eat Him.
Yeah, most of these have adverse trade-offs, Why Office “Perks” Secretly Destroy Your Sanity.
Ed. Note: The big news yesterday, coming late in the night Monday, was the Bucks & Scott Skiles parting ways. I asked our resident Bucks aficionado Milwaukee Brian to share his thoughts on the coaching change & what it may bring from the Bucks.
The proverbial “writing on the wall” can only be there for so long. For the Milwaukee Bucks, the action finally came with the parting of ways between the team and head coach Scott Skiles. The 5th and final year of his contract was cut short when it became clear that their current trajectory wasn’t going to get them far enough. Skiles has a bad reputation for wearing his rosters out over time, and in Milwaukee it was inevitable. The Bucks rely on so many complex parts and defend at such a ridiculous pace that it occasionally hurts when the schedule gets overloaded. But defense is what Skiles knows and that is what has defined this team during his tenure. If “defensive coordinator” was as prominent a coaching job in basketball as it is in football, Scott Skiles would be one of the best.
So how will the team fare the rest of the season? Surely this coaching change has to spark them to a bit of a run. A little confidence can go a long way during the bleak wintry stretches of the NBA season. If Interim Coach Jim Boylan can put together a better-flowing offensive system, one the players actually care about, the Bucks should feel realistic about getting back to the playoffs.
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