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Post#121 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:01 pm by blazza18

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ReddWing wrote:Bag night is a bit excessive. Its not like we traded Sanders or Henson. My goodness, we gave up a scrub, Beno, and a prospect that only Bucks RealGmers are high on.


I think it's cute that people have this much angst and anger at a professional basketball team, but I just can't muster it.


Yea, people just shouldn't care about the teams they support.
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Post#122 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:04 pm by RiotPunch

ReddWing wrote:a prospect that only Bucks RealGmers are high on.


Zach Lowe wrote:Harris's departure is a particularly sad marker. The Bucks need a two-way wing player going forward, and there was great optimism around the league — both within the Bucks and elsewhere — that Harris, a bruiser with limited range and unproven defensive ability, might be that player. Guess not — or at least not in Milwaukee.
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Post#123 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:16 pm by Bad Midget

blazza18 wrote:
Bad Midget wrote:
ReddWing wrote:Bag night is a bit excessive. Its not like we traded Sanders or Henson. My goodness, we gave up a scrub, Beno, and a prospect that only Bucks RealGmers are high on.


I think it's cute that people have this much angst and anger at a professional basketball team, but I just can't muster it.


Yea, people just shouldn't care about the teams they support.


I'm a season ticket holder. I care about the Bucks just as much as anyone. I don't need a championship to be happy. I know how Kohl runs the team and I just want to enjoy it. Thats it. So trading Tobias Harris really doesn't get me riled up. For you guys it does, which is cool, but I just can't do the same.
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Post#124 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:32 pm by bucksbrewers3

tski1972 wrote:Squad 6 or Sector 7 or whatever it's called should plan a series of events in which they all do something other than watch the game.


Sit down and read the paper?
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Post#125 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:51 am by EzeDoesIt

I have to agree with Dan's point about Squad 6/Sector 7 being one of the few good ideas this organization has had, and that we shouldn't tarnish it or risk it getting taken down.
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Post#126 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:43 am by VooDoo7

Bad Midget wrote:I'm a season ticket holder. I care about the Bucks just as much as anyone. I don't need a championship to be happy. I know how Kohl runs the team and I just want to enjoy it. Thats it. So trading Tobias Harris really doesn't get me riled up. For you guys it does, which is cool, but I just can't do the same.

And fans like you is the reason Kohl has run this crap franchise the way it's been run.

No offense.
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Post#127 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:08 am by Fed

Bad Midget wrote:I'm a season ticket holder. I care about the Bucks just as much as anyone. I don't need a championship to be happy. I know how Kohl runs the team and I just want to enjoy it. Thats it. So trading Tobias Harris really doesn't get me riled up. For you guys it does, which is cool, but I just can't do the same.

So, you're a fairweather, run of the mill fan who goes to Buck games to watch basketball and mingle. That's great. We aren't, therefore, we are mad, and you are letting Kohl turn this place into some treadmill revenue stream.
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Post#128 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:34 am by M-C-G

I love this board, but the eliteness over the "casual" fan is absurd.
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Post#129 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:42 am by Wilford Brimley

M-C-G wrote:I love this board, but the eliteness over the "casual" fan is absurd.


How so?

I'm nowhere near as hardcore as most on here, but even I can see the product put out on the court is terrible.
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Post#130 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:47 am by Wilford Brimley

Interesting thread on the GB about how the Pacers rebuilt their team. They hit on damn near every pick. Impressive.
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Post#131 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:48 am by trwi7

Wilford Brimley wrote:Interesting thread on the GB about how the Pacers rebuilt their team. They hit on damn near every pick. Impressive.


And with a healthy Rose they would be at best the 3rd best team in the Eastern Conference which means you need high draft picks.
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Post#132 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:49 am by Wilford Brimley

trwi7 wrote:
Wilford Brimley wrote:Interesting thread on the GB about how the Pacers rebuilt their team. They hit on damn near every pick. Impressive.


And with a healthy Rose they would be at best the 3rd best team in the Eastern Conference which means you need high draft picks.


Do you mean Granger?
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Post#133 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:00 pm by VooDoo7

Wilford Brimley wrote:
trwi7 wrote:
Wilford Brimley wrote:Interesting thread on the GB about how the Pacers rebuilt their team. They hit on damn near every pick. Impressive.


And with a healthy Rose they would be at best the 3rd best team in the Eastern Conference which means you need high draft picks.


Do you mean Granger?

Jalen Rose. Duh.
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Post#134 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:13 pm by bullox

Wilford Brimley wrote:
trwi7 wrote:
Wilford Brimley wrote:Interesting thread on the GB about how the Pacers rebuilt their team. They hit on damn near every pick. Impressive.


And with a healthy Rose they would be at best the 3rd best team in the Eastern Conference which means you need high draft picks.


Do you mean Granger?


A healthy Derrick Rose puts the Bulls ahead of the Pacers.
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Post#135 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:14 pm by Wilford Brimley

^Thats not my point?
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Post#136 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:16 pm by trwi7

Wilford Brimley wrote:^Thats not my point?


My point was that even with the Pacers drafting perfectly in the early to mid teens they are still at best only the 3rd best team in the East with a healthy Rose on the Bulls.
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Post#137 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:20 pm by jeremyd236

Why is everyone so salty? It's MONTA ELLIS BOBBLEHEAD night!!!!!!
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Post#138 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:23 pm by Wilford Brimley

trwi7 wrote:
Wilford Brimley wrote:^Thats not my point?


My point was that even with the Pacers drafting perfectly in the early to mid teens they are still at best only the 3rd best team in the East with a healthy Rose on the Bulls.


True.

But the point was, they built a nice team through the draft, w/o a top 5 pick. That's all.
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Post#139 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:23 pm by Wilford Brimley

jeremyd236 wrote:Why is everyone so salty? It's MONTA ELLIS BOBBLEHEAD night!!!!!!


Does the bobblehead have it all?
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Post#140 Re: The Bucks organization is ran properly! S
Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:25 pm by BigDoggyStyle

Breaking News: Monta can actually pass.

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