Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Bucks projected to have East’s best record

MILWAUKEE - SEPTEMBER 13: (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)
MILWAUKEE - SEPTEMBER 13: (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images) /

The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here with the Bucks projected to finish atop the Eastern Conference next season.

In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we learn of what RPM projects the Bucks will do next season, catch up with news that only two Antetokounmpos remain in the Greek World Cup squad, and much more.

On the whole, projection models seem to have been kind to the Bucks in recent weeks, with the numbers generally supporting the conventional wisdom that Milwaukee will be the best in the East and among the league’s true elite overall.

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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.

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Milwaukee Bucks: Sterling Brown’s physicality provides options: I wrote about the potential for Sterling Brown to become a more versatile player and maximize his value to the Bucks, thanks to his strength and willingness to embrace physicality.

Milwaukee Bucks: Can Wesley Matthews take on key defensive assignments?: Jordan Treske looked at Wesley Matthews‘ defense, and whether it’s realistic to expect him to take on key assignments.

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Projected W-L record, standings for every NBA team ($): Kevin Pelton of ESPN released his RPM projections for the 2019-20 NBA season, which pegged the Bucks with the best record in the East, as the conference’s only team over 50 wins, and with the third best record in the NBA.

Greece trims World Cup roster to 14 players: John Askounis of EuroHoops detailed Greece’s decision to cut Kostas Antetokounmpo from its World Cup roster, leaving Bucks duo Giannis and Thanasis as the sole Antetokounmbros in the squad with just two cuts remaining.

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