Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Split Night for Milwaukee Hoops

The Bucks dropped to 10 games under .500 with a 87-80 loss tonight to the New Jersey Nets. It's actually the first time the Bucks lost to another team under .500 in the entire month of January, as they were previously 6-0. The Nets snapped a nine game losing streak, with help from a poor shooting night from the Bucks, which was around 38 percent from the field.

As for Marquette, they pulled away late in the second half to beat South Florida, 62-54.

(In other news, if you watched Larry K's post game interview, you could see the mic flag from the Chinese TV station that interviewed me earlier this season at a Bucks preseason game!)


Anonymous said...

Things not looking good in Milwaukee two very bad games tonight. I had more fun watching VCU vs George Mason on ESPN 2, by the way for those who did not watch this game George Mason won and is 10-0 at home this year, over both the bucks and marquette game tonight. The bucks need to make a move and make a move fast.

PS. when do the brewers start?

Chris said...

I think all sports fans, Wisconsin or not, would like to hear the Bucky Channel's thoughts and feelings on possibly the biggest off-season trade of the year in major league baseball, Johna Santana.

Chris said...

sorry I jsut noticed by mis-spelling: Johan

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