Again bringing some news from Delfino's website (I have no relation with it or Delfino, if someone asks: I just enjoy a lot reading posts here, so I like to participate a bit and also improve my poor English by the way).
In a long post that seems written by himself,Delfino explains to his readers -mostly Argentineans who suddenly found that he and Ginobili are the only fellow citizens in the playoffs- what to expect in next matches. After writing about the importance of loosing Bogut and how did affect Bucks' game, and also describing Atlanta’s qualities –mostly he praises Johnson and Crawford-, he says that the Bucks need to reinforce their collective game and "be intelligent to run across the court”. “In the last games we were a bit anarchic", he recognizes.
And finally, to illustrate the team’s spirit he closes the post with what he describes as a “little intimacy”. I post it because I didn't find anywhere else stated so clearly Bucks player's preferences. And because he seems proud of the team, something most Milwaukee fans would like to acknowledge, I presume.
“Last Wednesday we knew that winning at Boston could put us in the 5th spot (if Chicago loosed as well), and would make us face them in the playoff’s first round. In the drawers we were expectant, so I started to ask my teammates which team they would prefer to play with: Atlanta or Boston. When I heard that, as me, almost everyone preferred Atlanta, I was a bit amazed: we were depending on Miami to know who we would play to, when all we had to do was not wining. Nevertheless we came out and put everything to win and finally we got the rival most of us wanted.
Now they are giving us only a 7% chance of passing. So we come from behind and they have all the pressure. I think this is better for us, but we know that we must fight every [ball] if we want to win.”