Apparently things never took off, though.
Great interview with Bucks assistant General Manager Jeff Weltman, who if you might recall the Bucks almost lost to the Suns last summer.
In honor of the Bucks not giving us anything else to talk about, I present to you the official Corey Maggette flowchart™. Copyright Speedy 2011.
Garrett Temple has been named to the D-League's East Conference All-Star squad. Joe Alexander would be one of his opponents, and if you believe this FanHouse post, Wisconsin alum Marcus Landry was snubbed. It also notes Tiny Gallon may be a replacement for the East team.
Hate to say it, but could see this coming a mile away.
Walking around a local mall with sports memorabilia vendors turned up this gem in the $1 miscellaneous box.
Julian Mozo, an Argentine journalist of sports newspaper Ole, twitted today that Carlos is returning tomorrow to Bucks' practice. He interviewed him after he was seen by neurophysiologist McCrena which gave him permission to train again with the team. The complete story will appear tomorrow in the newspaper.
According to multiple sources, Brandon Jennings will be joining a strange cast of characters for this year's dunk contest. In previous years, the dunk contest was for high flying swing players like Jordan, Wilkins, Carter, Richardson, etc. (Howard being the big exception.) This year Jennings will join two power forwards and a center, with Griffin being the overwhelming favorite. Very strange lineup.
The heavens rejoice.