BTBP Roundtable: The Inconsistent Milwaukee Bucks

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Nov 25, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks players hold back head coach Jason Kidd who was ejected from the game during the fourth quarter against the Sacramento Kings at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

If there was one word that described the 2015-16 Milwaukee Bucks, it’d be inconsistency. Both between games and during them, the Bucks have been constantly shifting from bad to good and back again.

That makes analyzing the team somewhat difficult. It’s hard for any of us to know how to accurately judge this team, considering in just the past two games Milwaukee has thrashed the Pistons and then gotten soundly defeated by the Kings.

A lot of things about the Bucks don’t add up, but we here at Behind the Buck Pass are going to keep trying to solve this team anyway. We’re back with our weekly roundtable, this time joined by site Editor-in-Chief Adam McGee, Managing Editor Ti Windisch, and staff writers Jordan Treske and Andrew Snyder.

Let’s get started, with one of the more unexpected developments of this season so far!

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