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The Brew Hoop Podcast Episode 23: Bonkers for Bonzie

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We dive deep into Bucks-Hawks weirdness

NBA: Milwaukee Bucks at Atlanta Hawks Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Following one of the stranger regular season Milwaukee Bucks games of the year, Riley, Kyle and I convened to break down all the quirks and eccentricities from the sad loss at the hand (wing?) of the Hawks. From Bonzie Colson shooting his shot at every opportunity to Tim Frazier matching a mark not met since the Monta Ellis days to Sterling Brown bulldogging his way to the rim repeatedly, there was all manner of stuff to chew on from that one.

Then, we turn our gaze to the week that was, peeking a little deeper into the decimation of the Rockets and how Eric Bledsoe’s starring performance hopefully portends defensive destruction come playoff time. Afterwards, having missed the Clippers game due to work commitments, I prod Riley and Kyle about what to glean from that one based on my cursory glances at the box score.

Lastly, we hold a candlelit vigil for our pod’s lord and savior, Donte DiVincenzo, before breaking down the week ahead including a marquee matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. As I state in the pod, if anyone has some creative cheers for me to yell at the game and razz Sixers fans around me, please leave them in the comments below. Family-friendly only, por favor.

You can find the music from the podcast, courtesy of Cullah, here. Thanks, as always, for your loyal listenership. It means a lot.