Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Jabari Parker Proclaims His Love For Milwaukee

Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Jabari Parker reminds Bucks fans of just how committed he is to the franchise and the city.

In this edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we look back on continued reaction to an emphatic Game 3 win, but also take a moment to appreciate Jabari Parker.

As we get ready for Game 4 and ride the wave of joy that resulted from Game 3, Parker spoke about his love for the city of Milwaukee and his pride in his teammates. This acts as a reminder for Bucks fans of just how lucky they are, not just to have so many talented players, but also for those players to be incredibly likeable people too.

As the Bucks’ first round playoff series continues to ramp up, stick with us at Behind the Bucks Pass for all of the latest Bucks news as well as your pre an post-game analysis in written and aural form.

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Let’s get down to it:

Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 4/21/17

5 Notes on Giannis Antetokounmpo‘s Playoff Performance So Far (read above): Ti Windisch looks at five specific elements of the Greek Freak’s play in the postseason so far, as the All-Star’s reputation continues to soar to new heights.

Milwaukee Bucks: Examining Jason Kidd‘s Postseason Impact (read here): Jordan Treske wrote about Jason Kidd’s coaching performance so far in this playoff series, and how particularly in Game 3, he made the adjustments his team needed him to make.

Milwaukee Bucks: Takeaways From Win Over Toronto Raptors (read here): Joe Osterndorf reflected on the Game 3 success, picking out his key takeaways from the action in Milwaukee’s blowout win.

Milwaukee Bucks: Grades From 104-77 Win Over Toronto Raptors (read above): Lukas Harkins also provided his reaction to Game 3, grading the individual performances of the Bucks, Jason Kidd and the Raptors.

Win In 6 Podcast #116: There’s No Place Like Home (read here): I was joined by Ti Windisch for the post Game 3 episode of Win In 6, where we reflected on a memorable night in front of a passionate crowd in the Bradley Center.

Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 4/21/17

Milwaukee (read here): Jabari Parker writes in The Players’ Tribune about his affinity for the city of Milwaukee, his pride in his teammates’ recent play, the frustration of not being out their with him and his confidence in what’s still to come.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Beyond Numbers (read here): Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer writes about how Giannis Antetokounmpo’s impact in Game 3 transcended the box score, and how there’s increasingly an added layer of excellence below the surface greatness that’s already there for everyone to see.

Giannis is doing everything (Jumpers now included) (read here): Alex Boeder of Bucks.com looks at how a steadier diet of jump shots from Giannis Antetokounmpo in the playoffs means he really is doing everything now.

The Bucks only started Thon Maker because they don’t have a D-League team, and now look at him (read here): Ben Rohrbach of Yahoo’s Ball Don’t Lie notes how Thon Maker was very recently little more than a token starter, and is now influencing the outcome of playoff games.

Bucks believe rookies Malcolm Brogdon, Thon Maker can do the job (read here): Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today writes about Milwaukee’s trust in their rookie duo, and how they’ve delivered up until this point.

Milwaukee Bucks arena taking shape (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel provide a video look at the increasingly rapid progress of the new Bucks arena.

Next: Win In 6 Podcast #116: There’s No Place Like Home

That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.