After the Bucks traded for Samuel Dalembert and used the No. 14 pick on John Henson, Milwaukee filled its biggest deficiency—a weak defense on the interior. Last season, Milwaukee was fifth in the NBA in scoring, averaging 99.0 points per game. Normally, a team in the top five in scoring makes the playoffs, but that wasn’t the case for the 2011 Bucks. Instead, they were picking in the lottery.
It had all the makings of the classic story of a contract year. Ersan Ilyasova played fantastic basketball last year. After never averaging more than 10 points and six boards in a season prior to last season, he averaged 13 points a... Read Post
By most accounts, Milwaukee has enjoyed a very solid offseason thus far. Having drafted John Henson with the 14th pick, re-signing potential breakout forward Ersan Ilyasova, and acquiring a starting center in Samuel Dalembert, the a... Read Post