2 hrs ago
Wes Edens, Jabari Parker visit with Green Bay Packers fans at Lambeau
The Bucks organization rented a house at the Tundra Trio , which is a group of three homes with a view of Lambeau Field that have been converted to high-end special-event sites. Bucks minority investor Craig Karmazin 's company Good Karma Brands owns the Tundra Trio and Karmazin attended the Bucks party.
6 hrs ago
Pounding the Rock
Kawhi Leonard - Coast to Coast
In the 18th installment of the "best of" series we'll look at Kawhi Leonard take it the length of the floor to get his points. Kawhi Leonard has become quite the weapon in transition.
10 hrs ago
Milwaukee Bucks 14/15 Player Previews: Is Jabari Parker the new face of the franchise?
In advance of the season, we'll be zooming through the Bucks' roster to build up and break down everything you need to know about the 14/15 Milwaukee Bucks. Today we kick off our series with the new kid on the block: #2 overall pick Jabari Parker.
11 hrs ago
Quote of the day: Serbia's Miroslav Raduljica says he won beard game with James Harden
I don't know but it's close. The photos are below. Raduljica had a strong World Cup for Serbia, scoring 13 points a game on 54.9 percent shooting, plus he pulled down 4.9 boards a game.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Pistons' Drummond, U.S. focused for FIBA World Cup final
One day after arriving in Madrid for today's FIBA World Cup final, Team USA held a two-hour practice Saturday afternoon at Barclaycard Arena in preparation for the gold-medal game. Pistons center Andre Drummond was an active participant in the practice's final 15 minutes, open to the media, shooting free throws and working one-on-one with U.S. assistant coach Andre Griffin.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Basketball: USA target world title repeat
The United States will attempt to become the first repeat world champions since 2002 and tie the mark for the most titles when they take on Serbia in Sunday's final of the 2014 World Cup. Lithuania's guard Adas Juskevicius vies with US centre AnthonyDavis during the 2014 FIBA World basketball championships semifinal match Lithuania vs USA in Barcelona, Sep 11, 2014.
At the Hive
Asset countdown: We're Neal-ly sorry, Gary
At The Hive has spoken. After selecting Jannero Pargo and the Hornets' 2015 second round pick as the team's least valuable assets, our readers have voted Gary Neal as the next to go in our asset value countdown.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Predicting All-Star ETAs for Top NBA Rookies
There's a decent chance we get a few All-Stars out of the 2014 NBA rookies. It just might take a little bit of time.
Larry Sanders' Road to Redemption Critical to Milwaukee Bucks' Turnaround
For Milwaukee Bucks big man Larry Sanders , his ascension among the NBA 's best centers and defensive players came as rapidly as his fall from grace last season. After locking into a four-year extension worth $44 million following a brilliant breakout season in 2012-13, Sanders probably had the worst year he was capable of having.
Predicting Player Rotation For Milwaukee Bucks In 2014-15
Even though the 2014-15 NBA season is still a couple of months away, there's no reason not to look ahead at what's to be expected. The Milwaukee Bucks are coming off the worst season in franchise history, which means the only direction to go is up.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Hang Time: Underdogs Running On
We knew that Spain's road to the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup final was tougher than that of the United States. France proved that with its 65-52 upset of the hosts on Wednesday .
Jabari Parker brings "Let's Move!" message to students
A visit by the Milwaukee Bucks number one draft choice was nothing less than a slam dunk on Thursday. "It was a dream come true for the kids to see Jabari here at Nativity," said John Meuler, a teacher at Nativity Jesuit Middle School on Milwaukee's south side.
Best Landing Spots for Top Unsigned FIBA Stars
During the 2014 FIBA World Cup, we've been treated to some great performances from players still without a home in the NBA . That's not entirely uncommon, but it seems more profound this year.
CB's Eastern Conference Predictions 2014-2015
The East finished with a cumulative record of 556-674 and I have them doing a little better this year at 580-650. We'll still see a sub .500 team in the playoffs, but they will slightly close the gap on the West.
5 Dark-Horse NBA Playoff Teams for 2014-15 Season
In the long, unbroken quiet of the NBA offseason, a man can get to thinking strange thoughts - thoughts that, if examined at another time of year, might seem a little crazy. Now, might is the operative word here.
Very Early Predictions for the 2014-15 NBA All-Rookie Teams
There's a lot of competition for a spot on one of the two NBA All-Rookie Teams this year. Coaches ultimately vote for the winners.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Bucks improve (slightly) in ESPN Future Rankings, updates on new TV deal for the NBA
NBA Future Power Rankings - ESPN Insider The Bucks jumped two spots from 28th to 26th in ESPN's latest Future Power Rankings, mostly on the back of their wealthy new owners and refreshing outlook on rebuilding. Note that these ratings apply to expected on-court performance over the coming three seasons.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
12 Biggest Storylines to Watch Heading into 2014-15 NBA Training Camp
With the FIBA World Cup winding down, it's finally time to turn our attention to the upcoming 2014-15 NBA season, which is shaping up to be a doozy. Though training camps won't commence until the end of September, the league won't be short on potentially explosive storylines between now and then.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Maine Red Claws likely to have a brand new roster in 2014-15
The Maine Red Claws , NBADL affiliate of the Boston Celtics , will likely see a lot of roster turnover from last season as they enter training camp in two months. According to various sources, eight of the eleven players on the Red Claws roster at the end of the 2013-14 season have already signed with other teams: Seven have signed in Europe and one in the NBA.
Counting down the Milwaukee Bucks most valuable assets: Exit Sandman
He had about as bad a season as could be imagined last year, but Bucks fans still have hope for Larry Sanders. So what do we make of Larry Sanders ? Is he still the guy who finished the 2012-2013 season as the presumptive heir to the Face of the Franchise throne and a promising enough player to warrant an 8-figure contract extension? Or is he now the guy who can't even stay on the court because of his actions off it? Judging from our poll results, Bucks fans are still optimistic that Sanders can return to his pre-nightmare form, when he was one of the top young defensive big men in the entire NBA and at least decent on offense.