In our latest mailbag, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden tackle listener questions including whether the Bucks should pursue Kings star DeMarcus Cousins, whether the Bucks will look to make a deal on draft night, and why French prospect Timothe Luwawu is drawing the attention of Bucks fans for both the right and wrong reasons.
Jason Kidd, John Hammond and the broader nature of the Milwaukee Bucks' decision-making apparatus have been a source of constant discussion since Kidd arrived in Milwaukee 22 months ago. But despite regular suggestions to the contrary, Kidd has not left the sidelines for a gig in the front office, nor has Hammond been jettisoned from the general manager position he's held since the spring of 2008. In our latest podcast, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden discuss the state of the Bucks' front office, what to expect from the Bucks this summer, and whether Milwaukee's current decision-makers should have ownership's confidence moving forward.
In part two of our offseason podcast series, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden tackle listener questions including how the Milwaukee Bucks can address their defensive issues at the center position, potential point guard targets, the likelihood of the Bucks returning to the playoffs next season and an assessment of Jason Kidd and the Bucks' coaching staff. What will the future hold for Greg Monroe, John Henson and Miles Plumlee, and which names the Bucks might be linked with in the draft (Jakob Pöltl?) and free agency (Joakim Noah? Dwight Howard???).
The Milwaukee Bucks' 2015-16 season might have ended with a whimper in the standings, but the performances of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker and Khris Middleton -- particularly after the all-star break -- suggested big things may be in store for the Bucks next season. What kind of production can we expect from the trio next year? And do youngsters Tyler Ennis, Damien Inglis, Johnny O'Bryant and Rashad Vaughn project to have long-term roles next to them? Eric Nehm and Frank Madden discuss that and much more in the latest podcast.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is threatening triple-doubles on a nightly basis. Jabari Parker is suddenly scoring like the guy we hoped to see when he was taken #2 overall in the 2014 draft. And all of a sudden fans of the Milwaukee Bucks are pondering what it all means for the long-term hopes of a franchise that's won 50 games just once in the last two decades. In our latest podcast, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden discuss the sustainability of the young Bucks' recent success, what it suggests about their individual floors and ceilings, and how it might affect the Bucks' approach to the point guard position and their roster building overall.
The Milwaukee Bucks have won four out of five games since moving Greg Monroe and Michael Carter-Williams to the bench, but the real story of their recent turnaround is all about the emergence of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker. The Bucks' young cornerstones have each averaged over 20 points and 10 rebounds since the all-star break, flashing the sort of dynamism that Bucks fans have long been dreaming of. So what's changed, and is this something fans should expect to see for the remainder of the season?
To the surprise of many, the Milwaukee Bucks stood pat at the NBA's trade deadline, though that doesn't mean the team won't consider the possibility of moving the likes of Greg Monroe and Michael Carter-Williams this summer. In our latest podcast, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden digest the Bucks' lack of trade deadline moves, and ponder if discussions around the likes of Jeff Teague and Ricky Rubio might be rekindled in June and July. We also delve into the impact of benching Greg Monroe and MCW, why Miles Plumlee is more valuable than we thought, and how all of that relates to the ongoing development of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker.
The NBA's all-star break is here, providing a chance to catch our breath and reflect on the best and worst of the Bucks' first 54 games. In this podcast, Eric Nehm and Frank Madden discuss the merits of Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Greg Monroe as team MVP, the likelihood of Giannis snagging a $100+ million extension later this summer and the biggest surprises and disappointments of the season so far.
The Milwaukee Bucks have shown increasing signs of life lately -- maybe not enough to buy into their playoff chances, but enough to be encouraged about the ascension of Khris Middleton and the ongoing evolution of Giannis Antetokounmpo. In our latest podcast, we talk about what we're seeing from Middleton, how he might resemble a Hawks-era Joe Johnson, and continue our conversation about why the Bucks aren't likely to make any big moves ahead of the trade deadline.
Greg Monroe has played well for the Milwaukee Bucks, but the team isn't performing at a level either party expected when the free agent center signed his deal. As the NBA Trade Deadline approaches, we examine why it is an important moment for the Bucks to consider Monroe's fit with Jabari Parker and Milwaukee's core players.