Archive for: Basketball

Ranking the Bo Ryan Era Badger Teams

Ranking the Bo Ryan Era Badger Teams

This is a project I’ve been mulling in my head forever and have worked on for a while: breaking down the Bo Ryan era teams and ranking them against each other, because ranking stuff is fun.  I’ve probably watched 90% of the Badger games... read more »

 

Ayón Waived, Front Court Picture Clears

Ayón Waived, Front Court Picture Clears

Late Thursday night the Bucks waived backup big man Gustavo Ayón before his $1.5 million salary became guaranteed on Friday.  This is a minor move as the Bucks have plenty of front court depth behind likely starters Larry Sanders and Ersan... read more »

 

State of the Milwaukee Bucks – 12/28/11

State of the Milwaukee Bucks – 12/28/11

State of the Bucks – A Weekly Review and Preview for the Milwaukee Bucks Last Week’s Results: @ Charlotte, Lost 96-95 vs. Minnesota, Won 98-95 Welcome back to another season of the State of the Bucks series. The shortened NBA... read more »

 

CHICKS DIG SCARS: A Public Service for our female readers

Wally likes photos of pretty women. No secret. But, I was thinking that we ladies deserve some equal time. You’re welcome. Tweet

 

Delaying the Inevitable

Tuesday was a golden day for connoisseurs of sports futility. First, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Detroit Red Wings to force a deciding Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals of the National Hockey League.  All through the  playoffs I’ve... read more »

 

QUICK HIT: Rome on Warner, Interviews

On Friday’s radio program, Jim Rome conducted an interesting interview with Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback Kurt Warner.  At the conclusion of the segment, Rome lauded Warner as an individual who was always available as a guest,... read more »

 

Keeping RJ

I saw a lot of speculation in the sports pages and blog posts this past week prior to the NBA trade deadline advancing the idea that the Milwaukee Bucks should deal away forward Richard Jefferson.  It’s often been said that some of... read more »

 

Skiles Seeing Redd?

After the Milwaukee Bucks returned from their losing West Coast swing this week, coach (gritty, gutty) Scott Skiles made an interesting comment. In addressing the team’s defensive shortcomings Skiles noted that “Not everyone has... read more »

 

The Big Four Tournament

Each year, about the time of the Wisconsin-Marquette tilt, discussion begins anew about having a Wisconsin college basketball tournament made up of UWM, UWGB, the Badgers and Marquette. Due to existing game contracts, the necessity for revenue... read more »