For athletes, the challenge of choosing a team that gives them the best opportunity to win championships while maximizing their earnings potential continues to be a delicate balance filled with unknowns. Basketball reasons aside, Dwight Howard's decision to leave Los Angeles was hardly a disastrous one from a financial perspective. Read More. Written by Michael Pak on Dec 05, 2013
Double Fun Fact: Monta Ellis, the Bucks’ starting shooting guard, lives in an identical unit directly below Jennings. This is unique for a number of reasons. They’re almost certainly the only starting backcourt that live on top of each other (and maybe even in the same building) and also seem almost certain to have the shortest the door-to-door commute of any two NBA players.
Nick Van Exel (LAL) on defending the Stockton-Malone pick-and-roll: "Yeah,
I got a way to defend it. Bring a bat to the game and kill one of them."
It would be really hard for me to find something to dislike about Brandon as a person when i see how he carries himself off the court. Hopefully he has a really good year for the team and signs an extension.
Looks like a nice place, with good views of the City. Kind of a random location, I guess I would've assumed the players would be on the east side with better lake views, trendier bars/clubs were on that side of town if I recall correctly (Milwaukee St.), and more mature with trees. Water Street/Old World seems more like the regular joes crowd.
I agree Moderne isn't the best name.
No optimism for wins. No excitement for losing. Just here for the punishment. #bucks