The Golden State Warriors have been making opponents look bad all season. Now 60-13 on the season and winners of nine in a row, the Warriors have clinched the top seed in the Western Conference.
MVP candidate Stephen Curry is one of the primary reasons for Golden State’s success this year.
He’s also dealt out some ridiculous plays throughout the course of the season.
This lob attempt by the Bucks’ Michael Carter-Williams should be shown at each and every basketball camp to demonstrate how not to toss lobs.
Against the Heat, MCW saw a streaking Jerryd Bayless heading right to the rim across the baseline and threw up the lob for what would have been one great alley-oop dunk.
Instead, MCW’s pass sailed way over Bayless’ head and even hit the...
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Michael Carter-Williams forgot how to play the basketball when he tried to hit Jerryd Bayless on an alley oop.
The result: /vomits.
The Milwaukee Bucks were hosting the Miami Heat on Tuesday night when Michael Carter-Williams saw a golden opportunity for an easy assist. Unfortunately, the Bucks guard apparently thought that the basket was approximately fifteen feet high as he promptly fired the ball off the very top of the backboard. Either that, or MCW mistook Jerryd
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As long as you can get past the borderline dire basketball, the race for the last two playoff spots in the Eastern Conference is turning out to be pretty exciting. Following Tuesday’s action, the Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat, Boston Celtics and Charlotte Hornets were all within a half game of each other in the standings, with the Brooklyn Nets lurking a couple games back.
The week that was
The Milwaukee Bucks continued to struggle this past week, losing three of the four games they played. Milwaukee had to play without some key players as Michael Carter-Williams, Jerryd Bayless, O.J. Mayo and Jared Dudley have had nagging injuries.
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After the slump of losing games the Milwaukee Bucks have been in since the NBA All-Star break, the team is finally starting to gel together with new point guard Michael Carter-Williams. Now that the roster will most likely stay the same until the playoffs, it’s time to look at where the Bucks currently sit in the playoff standings.
Despite losing seven of their last 10 games, the...
After the shock of the blockbuster trade the Milwaukee Bucks made last Thursday is over, it’s time to analyze what the deal means for the team. The Bucks traded Brandon Knight to the Phoenix Suns while the Bucks received Michael Carter-Williams from the Philadelphia 76ers, along with Miles Plumlee and Tyler Ennis from Phoenix.
Despite the Bucks trading their best player in Knight...
The Milwaukee Bucks are loading up as they prepare to make a playoff push. The Bucks worked a multi-team, multi-player deal before Thursday’s deadline that netted them Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis from the Philadelphia 76ers as well as Miles Plumlee from Phoenix, David Aldridge reports. The Bucks are trading Brandon Knight to Phoenix as...Read More
It seems like every week some new controversy happens at ESPN. Whether it’s another Bill Simmons feud, popular comedians accusing the network of stealing their work or one of their paid carnival barkers saying something regretful, it’s been a particularly stressful time for the network’s public relations department. The week of November 17th is no exception.