Thursday, April 2, 2009

Bucks Lose In Front of Sell-Out Crowd

You wouldn't think that a team would draw their first sell-out when their record was 32-43, but apparently there are a lot of Lakers fans in Milwaukee. Either way, the 18,717 faithful at the Bradley Center saw yet another Bucks defeat, losing to Los Angeles 104-98.

Can't really be too upset about the loss, what with the Bucks not being in playoff contention and all. Plus, the Lakers record is 59-16, which is sort of impressive. That, and you got to see Kobe!

There was one noteworthy thing about this game however, which was Ramon Session's first career triple-double. Pretty impressive on it's own, but even more impressive that he missed a chunk of the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury. For the night, Sessions had 16 points, 16 assists, and 10 rebounds, and it was another impressive Ramon Sessions statistical night in a meaningless game.

Box. Sessions. Bear?


who do you think said...

first bucks triple double since.....

MO WILLIAMS take that bucky channel.

b2 said...

sessions career numbers in 11 games in april:

11.9 pts, 11.7 ast, 5.4 reb, 1.6 stl

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