I would say Brandon Jennings being eliminated is a shame, but not in the grand scheme of things. Besides, Milwaukee may have been able to push Atlanta, but Orlando would feast on the lack of size that the Hawks refused to acknowledge. The Bucks without Bogut shouldn’t have even made this a series, but they did. Read the rest of this entry »
They say that a series doesn’t officially begin until the road team wins a game. I don’t know who “they” are but if that is the case then the Milwaukee-Atlanta series has yet to start. Meanwhile, Brandon Jennings is making the Octagon look like a prophet.
P.S. What’s cooler than being cool?
Acceptable answers: Ice cold or Brandon Jennings.
How can you not love playoff basketball, especially this season’s version of postseason antics? It has at once been exhilarating and boring, expected and surprising, heroic and deflating. What is left is right, up is down, yet it all is normal in the same prism that previous playoffs have been seen in. Read the rest of this entry »
Its awards season again, that magical time where individuals are rewarded for spectacular or surprising seasons just before the sun sets on the regular season and teams are rewarded with what really matters: playoff opportunities. Read the rest of this entry »