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2016-17 Milwaukee Bucks Best Moment Bracket Round Two: Miscellaneous Memories

March’s winning streak against Moose’s Pictionary performance to decide the winner

NBA: Milwaukee Bucks at Philadelphia 76ers Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Miscellaneous memories sought to collect those smattering of moments that defied categorization but still left fuzzy feelings in our stomachs long after the season concluded. Two of those memories are now banished from the bracket by virtue of your voting, with Jabari Parker’s press conference and the Game Six comeback going bye bye. Which leaves us with our two potential candidates to cut down the nets and make it into our best moment final four.

Greg Monroe Pictionary vs. Milwaukee’s Marvelous March

So...there aren’t many ways to compare these two memories. One was a winning streak that happened to get the team in position to make the playoffs, the other a goofy examination of the Bucks weak artistic merits. March did net Giannis Antetokounmpo a player of the month award though, and whether you put any stock in those awards or not (statistically, that was actually worse than the month prior), that string of performances was encouraging in the aftermath of Jabari’s injury and some troubling losses to lower tier teams.

Then again, Greg Monroe’s pictionary video is entertaining as hell. Not only is his Barry White voice a perfect complement for such a silly endeavor, but some of those drawings are Kindergarten-level poor. I don’t know how one can necessarily say one of these is “better” than the other, but I’ll kindly ask you to do so anyway by voting in the poll below:


Better Bucks Moment?

This poll is closed

  • 12%
    Monroe Pictionary Hijinx
    (8 votes)
  • 87%
    Marvelous Milwaukee March
    (55 votes)
63 votes total Vote Now