The Milwaukee Bucks lost Game 6 of their second-round playoff series on Friday night to the Boston Celtics by a score of 108-95. The win for the Celtics forced a Game 7 in the series, which will be back in Boston. Even though they lost, Giannis Antetokounmpo had a fantastic game scoring 44 points, grabbing 20 rebounds and dishing out six assists. Rodeo fans are eagerly waiting to see the NFR live. The National Finals Rodeo is not the only showcase of the best cowboys but also a showcase of patience, bravery, and spurs.
What do you call a cow on the floor? Anybody know? Ground beef! The enthusiasm with which Giannis Antetokounmpo has been deploying his fleet of corny "dad jokes" has added to his endearing legacy in Milwaukee, though he came especially prepared after a win over the Philadelphia 76ers on March 29. Before speaking to members of the media after the crucial 118-116 road victory, Giannis sat at the podium, cracked open a new book, simply titled "Dad Jokes" and offered his brief dose of bovine humor for the evening. The official site of Rugby World Cup, with ticketing and event information, live streaming, news, videos, fixtures and results.
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Have a listen to this take, but I recommend listening to hour 1 of the 7/6 Ryen Russillo show podcast for the source.
Giannis & Steph would've been quite the exciting duo.. and they play to each other's strengths well.
Unfortunately, the Bucks fell out of the Playoffs in Round 1. We look at them, and all other Round 1 exits; what they did right, what they did wrong and what can they do?
Hey guys We recently took a look at the Rookie of the Year race since Embiid's injury. You might be interested to check our analysis on Malcolm Brogdon, this years 2nd round surprise. Cheers Sam
MILWAUKEE BUCKS – Current Record (18-17) / Since Last Time (7-5) Resolution: Give the keys to the rook I know Delly is everyone’s favourite knee assassin Aussie, but he is better served as an energy bench player in the NBA. Good thing that the Bucks found the steal of the ’16 Draft in Malcolm Brogdon. The 24yr old Brogdon is fresh off his first triple double in his 2nd career start. At 6’5″ with a 6’10" wingspan and 220 lbs, he’s a big, strong point guard who is shooting 46% from the floor – an ideal fit alongside Point Giannis. Coach Kidd needs to give the Rook the keys and let the mature rookie blossom alongside his young Forwards (sidenote: it is pretty wild that Brogdon is 2 years older than Giannis and 3 years older than Jabari!).