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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#46 » by worthlessBucks » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:25 am

DanoMac wrote:LMFAO the same caller "the rumor I heard today was Brandon Jennings going to Sacramento for Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins". GOOD LORD

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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#47 » by BUCKnation » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:26 am

I usually will disregard anybody who recommends playing Gooden but that call was amazing.
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Post#48 » by jimmybones » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:31 am

1250 was driving me nuts all day with the OMGZ maybe this means Dalembert and Gooden will play!!1!@
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#49 » by Baddy Chuck » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:34 am

jimmybones wrote:1250 was driving me nuts all day with the OMGZ maybe this means Dalembert and Gooden will play!!1!@

Really like the guy, but that starts with Sparky. Him calling for Gooden earlier and Dalembert now is pretty weird.
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#50 » by GHOSTofSIKMA » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:34 am

im interested to see how jennings plays in a non skiles coached team offesively. im optimistic. ive stated i felt it may have been an issue in the past and tonight his play looked promising. he needs to play loose to play well and this change may help.

ellis, dunleavy, dalembert, and benos talent and/or cap space needs to net us a legit wing scorer below the age of 27. that is the gig. right there. thats what this team needs and im good. if we cant go get one, or better yet get a bunch of picks for those guys and draft one.... then wtf.

we can roll with that guy, whoever or wherever the hell he is, with.......

jennings
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mam, harris
ersan, henson
sanders, udoh

......and im good. id be good for awhile.
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Post#51 » by blazza18 » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:35 am

Yea someone called in before saying play Dalembert because Udoh is useless. If Epke didn't play today we wouldn't of come back. He stopped Gortat dominating the paint. Some people I swear. :nonono:
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Post#52 » by BUCKnation » Wed Jan 9, 2013 4:45 am

The obsession with people wanting Dally or Gooden to play is very annoying.
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Post#53 » by The Wet Whistle » Wed Jan 9, 2013 5:48 am

Sanders had 3 plays on NBA.com's daily top 10. 8-)
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Post#54 » by blazza18 » Wed Jan 9, 2013 5:50 am

Was one of them Gortat making Sanders his bitch ?
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Post#55 » by Bad Midget » Wed Jan 9, 2013 6:05 am

blazza18 wrote:Was one of them Gortat making Sanders his bitch ?


Helping on penetration (from our **** guard defense) is mostly accountable for Gortat's points.
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Post#56 » by Max Green » Wed Jan 9, 2013 6:33 am

Bad Midget wrote:
blazza18 wrote:Was one of them Gortat making Sanders his bitch ?


Helping on penetration (from our **** guard defense) is mostly accountable for Gortat's points.


That's not true. Gortat & Scola scored the most of their points off rebounds or just taking our guys one on one. When they did have something created for them tonight most of it was done by Dudley.
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Post#57 » by Bad Midget » Wed Jan 9, 2013 6:53 am

Max Green wrote:
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blazza18 wrote:Was one of them Gortat making Sanders his bitch ?


Helping on penetration (from our **** guard defense) is mostly accountable for Gortat's points.


That's not true. Gortat & Scola scored the most of their points off rebounds or just taking our guys one on one. When they did have something created for them tonight most of it was done by Dudley.


Was at the game and it seemed like Dragic got by everyone with ease. But yeah, it wasn't his greatest defensive game. Still, Larry got the BC crowd out of their seats multiple times, and that counts for something.
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#58 » by MasterChef » Wed Jan 9, 2013 7:02 am

Larry is sooo important to this organization. Even if the Bucks are not an elite team, a player being able to pump up the fans goes a long way. When's the last time we had a positively eccentric player who was also someone with good play to offer?

The Henson/Sanders duo if arranged correctly and if they play at a good to explosive level, is going to be incredible for some time. Not entirely similar, but conceptually what the forces of Duncan/Robinson could be when they were hot. This Bucks team I feel, has good fortune in its future. One may be able to observe and speculate the failings that await, but we have two young forces that I think can only get better. It's something this team needs, and something the league needs. Maybe I'm pie in the sky, but I'd say if nothing goes absolutely out the **** window, the Bucks could be serious playoff contenders within 2-3 years. We can only hope...
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Post#59 » by EzeDoesIt » Wed Jan 9, 2013 7:06 am

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Post#60 » by AussieBuck » Wed Jan 9, 2013 7:42 am

Ellis and Jennings were so vomit inducingly awful in the first 5 minutes I wouldn't have faulted the rest of the guys from walking off. No D, no passing unless it was absolutely the only option, running the clock down etc. Jennings came back on and played excellent, Ellis continued being the dumbest player ever for 40 minutes. Surely we can give his minutes to beno, Dun, Tobes whoever. Ersan was awesome running all over the court, Udoh was rocking his usual boring awesomeness. Larry struggled with our crap guard D then came on late when they deployed the Telfair/Brown anchor. That's just plain brazen tanking. We need to recruit both those guys. Everyone looked a lot happier today other than the crap vets who are still stuck on the bench.
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Post#61 » by blazza18 » Wed Jan 9, 2013 7:59 am

I actually didn't even notice Ellis for some reason today. Kinda glad I didn't either.


I'm amazed that Hammond and the rest of his phony's can keep a straight face when the swag twins are mentioned.

As someone mentioned in the game thread. At least when Brandon plays well he gets the whole team involved. When Monta has things going everyone just stands and watched him shoot long twosssss or 180 layups.
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Post#62 » by Bad Midget » Wed Jan 9, 2013 8:24 am

AussieBuck wrote:Ellis and Jennings were so vomit inducingly awful in the first 5 minutes I wouldn't have faulted the rest of the guys from walking off. No D, no passing unless it was absolutely the only option, running the clock down etc. Jennings came back on and played excellent, Ellis continued being the dumbest player ever for 40 minutes. Surely we can give his minutes to beno, Dun, Tobes whoever. Ersan was awesome running all over the court, Udoh was rocking his usual boring awesomeness. Larry struggled with our crap guard D then came on late when they deployed the Telfair/Brown anchor. That's just plain brazen tanking. We need to recruit both those guys. Everyone looked a lot happier today other than the crap vets who are still stuck on the bench.


Yep. Jennings/Ellis weren't doing Sanders any favors.
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#63 » by JimmyTheKid » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:27 pm

paulpressey25 wrote:Still good win. Tight rotations. Young guys responded. tomorrow is the big test.


Not only tight rotations, but the right players. 9 man rotation. Perfect. No Gooden, Daniels, Pryz, Lamb. Perfect. And Boylan actually spoke to his players during the course of the game (instead of only speaking to the other coaches). Its one game. And it was against a bad Suns team. Still, if last night was any indication, I can be entertained watching this group going forward.
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#64 » by LUKE23 » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:27 pm

Through 33 (17-16):

O: 27th (102.2)
D: 8th (103.3)
Pace: 7th (93.6)
Expected W-L: 17th (.457, 37 wins over full season)
Actual W-L: 16th (.515, 42 wins over full season)
RPI: 18th (.503)
SOS: 13th (.499)
SRS: 18th (-1.26)
PPG Differential: 17th (-1.00)
Hollinger Power Rank: 19th (98.702)
Hollinger Playoff Odds: 8th seed in East, 41-41

Henson: 12.9 boards per 36
Sanders: 12.2 boards per 36, 4.6 blocks per 36

Rebound rates in NBA, players that have played at least 250 minutes this season:

Henson: #8
Sanders: #13
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Re: PG: Boylan first Bucks coach to win debut since 2007 

Post#65 » by Thunder Muscle » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:31 pm

blazza18 wrote:Yea someone called in before saying play Dalembert because Udoh is useless. If Epke didn't play today we wouldn't of come back. He stopped Gortat dominating the paint. Some people I swear. :nonono:


Not that I have a scouting eye, because I don't, but your general fan is just going to see Udoh look inept offensively and think he is awful. I think Udoh's value doesn't show up on the stat sheet nor the eyeball test unless you are specifically watching him. I don't think Udoh is ever going to be a "star" in this league but I do see him as a valuable player off the bench for the next half decade or so. I think he's a good back-up to Sanders. I like the Ersan/Sanders/Udoh/Henson PF/C combination.
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