Do yourselves a favor, Bucks fans. Log off. Save it for 12 hours. Deny your engagement to those who thrive off of it.— Mitchell Maurer (@Mitchell_NBA) September 9, 2020
No one has the whole answer. Anybody who claims otherwise is either a liar, a fool, or both. But what we *do* have is time.
Good try, Bucks. Now do better.
So that was rough. The Milwaukee Bucks fell in embarrassing fashion to the Miami Heat, and the franchise that had visions of championship parades six months ago now has more questions swirling around than confetti.
There are lots of questions. Questions about Giannis Antetokounmpo and his shooting, about Mike Budenholzer and his coaching, about Eric Bledsoe and his decision-making, all the way down the line. How did this happen? How could this have happened? Why did this happen? What will happen next? How will the Bucks come back from this? Can they come back from this?
There is time for finding answers. The coronavirus shutdown already ruined the Bucks’ momentum in the regular season and it will continue to affect the NBA’s momentum for the foreseeable future. We will be here to look for them alongside you.
In the meantime, thank you. Thank you all for making Brew Hoop the vibrant community that it is today. I took to Twitter to thank the staff, and I want to be sure that you, our readers, are recognized as well. There would be no Brew Hoop without you, driving the conversation and asking the questions that push each other to be better, back up their claims, and learn something about the sport we’re here to enjoy together.
Last season was a disappointment. This season was a failure. What will next season be? Let’s find out together.