The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as the Bucks look to emerge from the mini-skid they currently find themselves in that has derailed their fast pace to start the season.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, the Bucks look to improve on their recent uneven form, Giannis Antetokounmpo offers support of his older brother Thanasis in the wake of a racially charged incident revolving around him, and much more.
Following their rollicking start to the season, the Bucks have come back down to Earth after splitting their last six games, which was capped off by a frustrating 116-113 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies Wednesday night.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind the Buck Pass From 11/15/18
Wisconsin Herd: Quick reactions from 122-115 loss to Fort Wayne Mad Ants (read here): I recapped the Herd’s loss to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants from Wednesday night that saw both Sterling Brown and Christian Wood on assignment with the Bucks’ G League affiliate.
Milwaukee Bucks: 3 takeaways from 116-113 loss to Memphis Grizzlies (read here): Adam McGee highlighted the three things that stood out in the Bucks’ loss to the Memphis Grizzlies from Wednesday night that started off their current six-game homestand.
Milwaukee Bucks: Player grades from 116-113 loss to Memphis Grizzlies (read here): Robby Cowles handed out grades for the Bucks individual performances, head coach Mike Budenholzer and what the Grizzlies had to offer in the Bucks’ fourth loss of the season.
Best of Bucks Around the Internet From 11/15/18
A frustrating pattern has emerged for the Bucks in November (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Matt Velazquez gathered the thoughts of head coach Mike Budenholzer, Khris Middleton and Giannis Antetokounmpo about the team’s recent form that has seen them hit a rough patch after their scorching start to the season.
Giannis takes to Instagram to support brother Thanasis, who was a target of racist comment (read here): Velazquez also touched on the racial incident surrounding Thanasis Antetokounmpo that prompted the Bucks superstar to express his support for his older brother in an Instagram post late Wednesday night.
Why is Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon successful? He just does what’s asked of him ($) (read here): Eric Nehm of The Athletic explored Malcolm Brogdon’s strong start to the season and his ability to adapt the multiple role changes he’s experienced throughout his time on the NBA level.
It’s bombs away in Mike Budenholzer’s system as the Bucks rise, giving possible blueprint for Bulls rebuild (read here): The Chicago Tribune’s K.C. Johnson wrote on the system that Coach Bud has deployed that has unlocked the games of various Bucks players to start the season.
Racine native Bowers earns spot on Wisconsin Herd roster with energy, heart (read here): Margaret Naczek over at the Oshkosh Northwestern talked with Wisconsin Herd reserve center Cinmeon Bowers about his basketball journey, trying out for the Herd and eventually making the opening night roster and much more.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.