After an extended break over the holidays, the Brew Hoop Podcast is officially back, dusting off our microscopes to peer into the unexpected emergence of D.J. Wilson over the past several weeks. We break down what flashes of play could remain consistent over the coming months, and whether his emergence will impact the Bucks come playoff time. Afterwards, we dive into the implications of Wilson snagging extended minutes and what that may mean for Milwaukee’s rotation, in particular the potential for Christian Wood to finally get Big League minutes.
We also touch on the surprising success of Malcolm Brogdon in leading bench units thus far, as well as why Eric Bledsoe hasn’t been able to do the same in limited minutes on the court with seat warmers. After touching on the joys of watching the Milwaukee Bucks on Christmas day, we briefly discuss Khris Middleton’s annual slump and break down the slate of games in the next two weeks.
Apologies for any audio hiccups, we were having some internet connection issues on one end. We did our best to edit them down to a minimum, while preserving a bit of the experience for everyone to enjoy. Have a happy, and safe, new year everyone! Thanks for listening.