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Game Thread: Bucks/Bobcats


Augustin's growing up fast. (via

Bucks (6-8 3-5 road) @ Bobcats (3-8, 3-5 home)

Gametime: 6:00 p.m. central time

Bucks Position Bobcats
Luke Ridnour PG Raymond Felton
Charlie Bell SG D.J. Augustin
Richard Jefferson SF Gerald Wallace
Luc Mbah a Moute PF Emeka Okafor
Andrew Bogut C Alexis Ajinca








Bucks: Michael Redd (sprained ankle) has missed ten straight games.

Bobcats: Jason Richardson (knee surgery) is out.

07/08 Series:

Nov. 2: @Bobcats 102 Bucks 99

Dec. 22: @Bucks 103 Bobcats 99

Jan. 6: @Bobcats 93 Bucks 89

08/09 Advanced Stats:

Bucks: Offense: 23rd (103.0 points/100 possessions) Defense: 10th (104.2) Pace: 15th (91.3)

Bobcats: Offense: 26st (101.2 points/100 possessions) Defense: 23rd (107.4)  Pace: 28th (86.8)

Three points:

  • Hey, D.J. Rookie point guard D.J. Augustin is coming off his two best games as a pro, averaging 23.5 points, 5.5 assists, 3.5 rebounds, and 0.5 turnovers on 51.4 % shooting. He hit 7-11 from outside last night against the Hawks. He appears to be a pretty quick study after struggling early on. In his first two games in the NBA, Augustin averaged 8.0 points, 3.5 assists, 0.5 rebounds, and 4.0 turnovers on 33.3 % shooting.

  • Slow 'cats. A day after holding the top-scoring team (minus its top two scorers) in the NBA to 87 points, the Bucks face the league's lowest-scoring unit. The Bobcats are 26th in offensive efficiency. They also contrast New York as one of the league's slowest teams (28th in pace) despite having some individuals who can run, like Raymond Felton, Gerald Wallace, and Augustin.

  • Weekend winners. The Bobcats are 0-7 from Sunday-Thursday but 3-1 on Friday-Saturday, with wins over the Heat, Hornets, and Jazz, all at home. They did lose in Atlanta last night.

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