Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The Nightmare is Over

If you're like me, you probably felt pretty good about the Bucks chances this season. I really thought this was going to be, you know not the year, but a good year. Instead, 82 games later, the Bucks are 26-56. Worse than they were a year ago, and last in the Central Division. There were a few bright spots, however. They got off to a good start, won three games against the Cavs, and perhaps found their next point guard in Ramon Sessions. Not to mention, they made a ton of money in China this season.

The Bucks decided to prolong their miserable season by an extra five minutes tonight, eventually losing to the Timberwolves 110-101. Sessions led with 25 points and 14 assists. Bogut added 24 points and 15 boards. So those are some positives.

Frankly, you can't help but walk away disappointed after these 82 games. Extremely disappointed, actually. During this last months, the Bucks played well enough not to get blown-out, but lackadaisical enough to rarely come away with a win. Did you know the Bucks are 4-20 in their last 24 games? How can you say they weren't taking. Although, they are bad enough to try and only win 4 of 20 games.

However, we got a new GM, likely a new coach, and probably a lot of new faces on the court next year. So hopefully, there will be brighter things to come some next October.

Although, isn't that what we said last year?


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