The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as the Bucks look to remain focused on the mission at hand in the first round series against the Detroit Pistons amid other top seeds around the league slipping up to start the postseason.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, the Bucks are focused on not letting their current form slip in their series against the Detroit Pistons, we learn about the effect assistant coaches have had under head coach Mike Budenholzer, and much more.
After laying the smack down in their opening game versus the Pistons at Fiserv Forum, the Bucks aren’t looking to have a letdown by any means in what remains in their series, even with the questions surrounding the Pistons’ All-Star forward, Blake Griffin.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
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Milwaukee Bucks: Nikola Mirotic has perfect opportunity to shake off rust: I wrote on Nikola Mirotic returning from his fractured thumb and how, given the state of the Bucks’ first round series against the Detroit Pistons, he’s in a perfect spot to get back up to speed.
Milwaukee Bucks: Do the Pistons have any answer for Khris Middleton?: Adam McGee looked at the Pistons’ lack of an answer to cover Khris Middleton and how a big or at least, an effective series could be the tune up he needs to take his game to the next level for the rest of the Bucks’ playoff run.
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Bucks have seen other teams’ playoff letdowns and don’t want to be next: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Matt Velazquez touched on the Bucks’ mentality and desire to stay focused on the mission at hand in their first round series against the Detroit Pistons.
A doctor at Children’s Hospital is spraying his hair green in support of the Bucks’ playoff run and his patients: Also of the Journal Sentinel, Karen Pilarski caught up with Bucks superfan, Dr. Dave Margolis, about his tradition of dyeing his hair green in honor of the team’s playoff run and the connection it brings to fellow Bucks fans and his patients at Children’s Hospital.
‘Hit the ground running:’ Coach Bud brought entire coaching staff from Atlanta to Milwaukee: Tim Van Vooren of WITI Milwaukee explored how valuable head coach Mike Budenholzer’s coaching staff has been in developing players up and down the Bucks’ roster over the course of the season.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.