We wrestle with the difficult trade deadline issues the Bucks will face in February. We also discuss the similarities between Jason Kidd and Scott Skiles.
Jabari Parker is done for the year, but his long rehab journey is just beginning. We discuss the added risk that comes with a major knee injury and make the case that Jabari is still more valuable than most other prospects in his draft class.
The rumors surrounding Larry Sanders' absence from the Bucks are swirling, and it's difficult to separate truth from fiction, so we zoom out and examine the big picture of what this could mean and why it's so tough to digest.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker are the two most important prospects on the Bucks roster. We discuss the progress they've made in the early portion of the 2014-15 NBA season.
We discuss the early offensive struggles of the Bucks, as well as the odd situation of evaluating Brandon Knight.
The Bucks have posted excellent defensive numbers early in the season. Is this the product of a soft schedule, or is there more to this early surge on defense?
We track things back to the summer to discuss the importance of the buy-back provision in the Bucks sale agreement and the potential for an extension to the current lease beyond 2017 if certain milestones are met in arena efforts. We also discuss a variety of things tied to the new TV deal, including advertising on jerseys, shorter NBA games, and potential Bucks sponsors.
We discuss whether Jabari Parker should be the favorite to win Rookie of the Year and how many wins the Milwaukee Bucks will earn in the 2014-15 NBA season.
Is Larry Sanders primed for a big comeback season? Is John Henson ready to break out and become a core piece for the Bucks? We take on these topics in the latest episode.
Can Giannis Antetokounmpo play point guard for the Milwaukee Bucks? Should fans get excited about the possibilities? We discuss the idea of #PointGiannis.