Game Thread: Milwaukee Bucks 75 - Toronto Raptors 106 (F) - Page 2
Old 01-26-2008, 12:23 AM   #21 (permalink)
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meh. hot and cold. 13 and 7, 4-12 from the field.
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:30 AM   #22 (permalink)
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WOW, did I ever miss a blowout. Was painting at the inlaws instead. :mad:

Anyhow, according the the stats it would seem as though Bosh and Jose had fantastic outings. BTW, who was playing Redd tonight? Parker or Moon. Whomever did it seems as though they shut him down too.
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WOW, did I ever miss a blowout. Was painting at the inlaws instead. :mad:

Anyhow, according the the stats it would seem as though Bosh and Jose had fantastic outings. BTW, who was playing Redd tonight? Parker or Moon. Whomever did it seems as though they shut him down too.
parker, moon and delfino throughout the game. basically the bucks shot an atrocious percentage from 3 and never recovered. raps played great team D, with no one standing out as an individual defender.
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:43 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Nice to see Parker back in God mode.

Also nice to see the hustle Bargs brought to the table tonight. Sucks that he missed so many shots he always hits through, his shot was a line drive tonight, but again its great to see him working so hard out there.
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:54 AM   #25 (permalink)
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I could care less with how many points Bargnani scores, but I care more about his defense and rebounds. Two games in a row where he's had 7 boards each game and although it doesn't seem like much, those are some awesome numbers for Andrea.
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I could care less with how many points Bargnani scores, but I care more about his defense and rebounds. Two games in a row where he's had 7 boards each game and although it doesn't seem like much, those are some awesome numbers for Andrea.
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Old 01-26-2008, 02:33 AM   #27 (permalink)
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good, I needed some good news, Im drunk I had a concert tonight and I didnt play very well(probably cause I got drunk) , GO TOORRONTO

I played tonight as well. Finished setting up my bass rig, sat down and the score was 56-51 Toronto. By the time I had to get up and go get ready to play the score was 76-51. Wow!

Bosh kept hitting that turn around fade away jumper.
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:21 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I gotta say, Bargnani did impress me this game. Yes, his shot struggled but when he did shoot it it seemed to be with more confidence.

But it was defensively where he impressed me. He didn't do anything "stupid". Never left his feet early, always kept them moving and communicated with his teammates. Also, he was using his body really well. He used to have a tendency to not force his players to the weak side, instead adjusted to the offensive player. In this game, there was one play in the fourth quarter where he was guarding Charlie V. and forced him to go baseline and it lead to a turnover. VERY impressive that he made that stride.

Also, he fought for rebounds. He didn't just use his arms, but he was there fighting for the boards. I liked seeing that. FINALLY!
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Did anyone else read anything about this?
I just noticed it on a Milwaukee Message Board

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"Woefel teased on Sparky's show claiming that there were major locker room issues, here is the kicker, he said they DON'T involve Michael Redd. If I were to venture a guess I would say CV and Larry K., because Woelfel hinted it became obvious in the 3rd quarter."
Apparently some sort of altercation took place after the Raptors game last night involving Charlie V and the coach
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Glad to see we got our mojo back

Washington is standing right in front of us now. We gotta take them OUT!

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Old 01-26-2008, 12:04 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I gotta say, Bargnani did impress me this game. Yes, his shot struggled but when he did shoot it it seemed to be with more confidence.

But it was defensively where he impressed me. He didn't do anything "stupid". Never left his feet early, always kept them moving and communicated with his teammates. Also, he was using his body really well. He used to have a tendency to not force his players to the weak side, instead adjusted to the offensive player. In this game, there was one play in the fourth quarter where he was guarding Charlie V. and forced him to go baseline and it lead to a turnover. VERY impressive that he made that stride.

Also, he fought for rebounds. He didn't just use his arms, but he was there fighting for the boards. I liked seeing that. FINALLY!
Group prayer this morning then fellas! That Bargnani is about to turn over a new leaf and this is NOW what we have to look forward too from here on out. :cheeky-smiley-013:
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:19 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Apparently some sort of altercation took place after the Raptors game last night involving Charlie V and the coach
Sad as it may sound, CV getting dealt by us to Milwaukee seems to have done more harm than good for his career. He finished his rookie season on a all-time high, but starting right away that following season we heard nothing but stories about his attitude and such. Its a shame because after seeing what he did during his year in Toronto, he looked like a player to watch out for.
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Old 01-26-2008, 02:22 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Word has it that CV got in an altercation LAST YEAR in practice with their coach K and he still hasnt gotten over it, as shown in many games this year where CV has played a lot in 1st halves and played well, then in 2nd halves unexplainably not played almost at all, as shown yesterday being benched in favor of Voskuhl.

I really think once CV goes to a team that has a great post player and a coach that wont take any shit(ie SA, BOS, ORL, UTA ETC) he'll either become more motivated than ever and play great everynight or plummet as an nba player. I really think hes got it in him to become at least a 7th man on a great team. Hes got amazing talent, hes just gotta have a guy or guys like KG who wont let him slack off, and hes also gotta be in a place he actually wants to live in.

It seems like everyone hates Milwaukee. I even feel sorry for Redd who only stayed because of a promise he made like a year and a half before he could sign his most recent contract. He's another case of if he was in the right system he'd be amazing, only no one questions his work ethic. He was so much better just being Rip Hamilton with more range running around those screens.
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Old 01-26-2008, 02:47 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Yeah, how does Ruffin become the first big off of the bench?
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Old 01-26-2008, 02:49 PM   #35 (permalink)
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I guess coach K is like Kevin Oneill and rewards players that work hard(but suck)and 'know the game' instead of guys that will actually help him win.
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