These guys both cover the Bucks. Can you tell the true fan?
Check out Mike Hunt's latest masterpiece of an article. He yet again shows how little he cares for the Bucks:
Nice piece of revisionist history. Since '96, when Kobe demanded to be traded to L.A., draft rules have changed considerably. The Bucks could not acquire a talented high schooler, it isn't even allowed anymore. And does anyone see a top prospect ever demanding to be traded to the Bucks? Terrible example with no relevancy.
Also, though vastly overpaid, I wouldn't say that Redd & Jefferson have no value.
His plan for salvation is for the Bucks to trade up in one of the weakest drafts in recent memory, somehow acquiring expiring contracts in an era in which such assets will be hoarded. All so that we can have cap space during the "Summer of Lebron", an offseason with a lot of Big Names that will most likely ignore the Bucks (especially if they scrap 09-10). Between the lines of every article he writes about the Bucks you can tell he's just slogging through this until he has enough material for another Packers/Brewers love fest.
In other news, Gery Woelfel (a man who clearly cares about the Bucks), writes draft:
Wow, this draft sure is variable (possibly due to the lack of clear talent involved). Lawson has been all over the board by now. I certainly hope that anything concerning B.J. Mullens or Earl Clark dies quick and hard. I wish the Journal Sentinel would employ writers half as knowledgeable and passionate as Woelfel. Maybe there'd be a few more Bucks fans if the JS writers didn't thinly veil their disdain for the team and NBA basketball in every article they wrote.