Milwaukee Bucks: Grades and Reaction to 94-86 Win Over Nets

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Nov 7, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Brooklyn Nets guard Bojan Bogdanovic (44) passes the ball away from Milwaukee Bucks center Greg Monroe (15) in the second quarter at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Reactions: The Bad

  • Greivis Vasquez. After his one point, zero-for-ten shooting night tonight, Vasquez is averaging six points, five assists and three rebounds per game on 21 percent shooting from the field and a ghastly 11 percent from beyond the arc. Forget the second-round pick at this point–Vasquez isn’t worth a roster spot if he’s going to play like this all season. Is Nate Wolters still available?!
  • Giannis had a season-low eleven points. He didn’t really have a “bad” game per se, but it’s enjoyable to watch him score 20 and he just didn’t do that tonight. I suppose this one is bad for the viewers, not the player–Giannis also had six rebounds, two assists and a steal and shot 50 percent from the field. But he did miss a few layups early on that could’ve done a lot for his scoring numbers.
  • I don’t think Miles Plumlee is a bad player, but he may not be a good player. He looked helpless in his four minutes on Saturday–he got out-rebounded hard by the Nets, and added one foul and no points to his increasingly-bad foul-to-points ratio this season. Right now he’s at 13 fouls and 18 points. Now that John Henson is returning to the lineup, he may not have a chance to improve that for a while.

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