Meanwhile, in a galaxy far, far away....
Well, the Bucks are 18 and 12. Carlos Delfino has gotten over his concussion symptom, John Salmons has picked up where he left off last year playing at a superstar level, and Corey Maggette has turned out to be just the scoring punch that the Bucks needed. Everything has fallen into place.
.....We now return to your regularly scheduled programming, where what the Bucks have to say on Twitter is often more exciting than the games themselves.
Hopefully, the Bucks have some great New Year's resolutions in place.
Larry Sanders is still here
Lest you forget, Larry Sanders is still on Twitter.
Larry Sanders is a rugrats character! It all makes sense now! I loved that show when I was little...er,and it's just so easy to imagine Sanders as Tommy pickles. Ehhh, on second thought, screw that, I think Tommy at least had a decent jumper.
Classic. Sending out the Big Crazy Dave signal....
Corey Maggette has a good relationship with the man upstairs
Maggette has somewhat been a center of controversy so far during his time in Milwaukee, leading to some questioning whether or not he'll be sticking around much longer. Fortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case:
Upstairs = front office. Front office + man =
It's so obvious, guys.
Brandon Jennings continues to follow along
Brandon Jennings' injury is depressing for a number of reasons, but you can't accuse him of not being there for the team. Not only was he there to witness the atrocity against Atlanta (sorry, Brandon), but he's been watching the games from afar as well:
Also, follow little Jennings:
follow my younger brother @tmoney032
Someday, Brandon, someday. Good to hear you don't totally hate playing on Christmas, although I wouldn't care if you didn't.
Bogut continues to interact with fans, spreads the word of the Bucks
Bogut has started the brainwashing....Errr, I mean, Bucks fandom , early, It seems. Bogut's goddaughter:
Bravo. May she witness better Bucks times then in the past....
Bogut has also started something recently, known as "Bogey's Trivia." It's simple, really: Bogut asks a question, whoever answers first wins free Bucks tickets. It was even trending in Milwaukee recently.
Going to do a ticket giveaway. Very, very good seats. Just thinking of what sort of trivia. Will let you all know soon.
Between Delfino, Jennings, and now Bogut, fan interaction on Twitter is something the Bucks have mastered.