The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Matthew Dellavedova is now only a day away from Olympic action.
Welcome back to Milwaukee Bucks Daily.
If this is your first time joining us for the daily roundup, the idea of this piece is generally to help keep you up to date on the best of all the latest Bucks news on a day-to-day basis.
This column acts as a means to recap what you might have missed from us at Behind The Buck Pass on the previous day, but also more importantly to share with you some of the work from around the internet that is worth your attention as a Bucks fan.
As usual, if you spot something that you think might be of interest, you can send it our way too. Tweet it to @BehindTheBucks or mail it to [email protected]
Let’s get down to it:
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 8/4/16
Milwaukee Bucks: Is The Bench Up To Par? (read here): Adam Coffman looks at how Milwaukee’s bench has evolved from the one that finished last season and asks the question as to whether they will be good enough to boost the team’s performance overall.
Milwaukee Bucks Summer Outlook: Michael Carter-Williams (read here): Ti Windisch continues his Summer Outlook series by appraising what MCW did last year, and highlighting what he should work on this summer.
Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 8/4/16
Olympic Basketball Guide For Bucks Fans (read here): With the Olympic opening ceremony now only a matter of hours away, it’s not long until Matthew Dellavedova and Australia get their play underway in Rio. Australia’s first game comes against France on Saturday, but Alex Boeder of Bucks.com has put together this handy guide with the dates and times of all Dellavedova’s games at the Olympics.
Who wants Greg Monroe, and what, if anything, can the Bucks get for him? (read here): Matt Moore of CBS Sports dived deep on Greg Monroe’s value and the good and bad of what he does. Moore concludes that Monroe is a good player, albeit not for the Bucks, but for any fans hoping to find an answer on how the Bucks can make it work with Monroe or who he can be traded to, unfortunately there’s no groundbreaking revelation.
NBA AM: Milwaukee Embracing Anti-Small Ball (read here): Lang Greene of Basketball Insiders looks at Milwaukee’s team from the angle of them bucking many of the trends currently found around the league. It’s definitely an interesting idea, although it wasn’t originally by design that the Bucks ended up at this current juncture.
NBA: The Former Lottery Pick All-Underachieving First Team (read here): Aaron Senghera of Sir Charles In Charge puts together a team made up of lottery picks who have been largely underwhelming since landing in the NBA and unfortunately Michael Carter-Williams makes an appearance at point guard.
That’s it for today’s roundup but check back in tomorrow when we’ll do it all again.