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First rule of fight club: Don’t talk about fight club
Second rule of fight club: You have to be able to stand up to fight
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Now: Let’s discuss the Milwaukee Bucks.
What Happened Last Night: Miami Extends Their Streak, Lakers Add Big Win Without Ailing Kobe, And Maryland Upsets Duke
What Happened Last Night: Indiana Holds Off Michigan State, Joe Johnson Hits A Buzzer-Beating Game-Winner
The NBA came back after it’s brief All-Star hiatus, and the Big Ten featured a crucial conference matchup that came down to the wire. In case you were (foolishly) doing something else, here’s what you missed.
In an effort to dig up some of the more obscure stats after the game, the Nets PR department pulled out the big guns. I don’t know the caliber of researcher they have over there at the Barclays Center, but it’s clear they only recruit the best and brightest.
Monta Ellis thinks that he’s the same as Dwyane Wade. He acknowledges the whole two championships thing, but doesn’t involve the talent and performance things. He also speaks in the third-person. Video, after the jump.
Bucks’ Joel Przybilla Suspended A Game For Throwing Ball That Hit Ref, Everyone Sort Of Rolls Their Eyes
Bucks center Joel Przybilla threw a ball in a ref’s direction on Saturday night. The ball hit the ref in the leg. He got suspended a game for it. The issue: video of the throw makes the ref-hitting part look like a total accident. See it after the jump and let us know what you think.
After stepping in to steal a Marquis Daniels pass, Blake Griffin took a few dribbles up the court before rightly handing the ball off to Chris Paul. Paul, righteous purveyor of basketball justice that he is, gladly let him finish off the play by throwing a lob from the three-point line. And so Blake Griffin does Blake Griffin things.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our 2012-13 guide to the upcoming NBA season, in which SportsGrid’s acid-tongued writers identify the reason why your team should probably start looking forward to 2013-2014. Today: the Milwaukee Bucks.