Milwaukee Bucks

62-22 (49-31-4 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 118.1 1st
Rebounds Per Game 49.7 1st
Assists Per Game 26.0 7th
Points Allowed 109.3 11th
2018-19 Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Milwaukee 60 22 .732 L1
Indiana 48 34 .585 W1
Detroit 41 41 .500 W2
Chicago 22 60 .268 L3
Cleveland 19 63 .232 L10
Injuries
  • C
    Pau Gasol (Ankle) is out indefinitely
  • SG
    Tony Snell (Ankle) is out indefinitely
  • PG
    Malcolm Brogdon (Heel) is out indefinitely
  • SG
    Donte DiVincenzo (Foot) is out for season

Milwaukee Bucks News

  • @Bucks • 1h

    Brew Hoop: Break Glass in Case of Emergency

    I wouldn't call it a tailspin, I wouldn't call it a disaster, and I wouldn't call it a back-breaker, but Milwaukee's game four loss to the Toronto Raptors has, more than any other moment this season, forced the team to take a long look in the mirror.

    There is always a fine balance to be struck in the up-and-down nature of a playoff series between riding whatever got you there versus changing your approach. For the Milwaukee Bucks, their "approach" resulted in a 60-win season, a historic statistical profile, and home-court advantage throughout the postseason.

  • @Bucks • 2h
  • "I don't think we're a team that gets too down on ourselves." #FearTheDeer https://t.co/dSBHeikZ3I

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  • @Bucks • 3h
  • "They are good looks... The only way to get out of the struggle is to keep shooting." #FearTheDeer https://t.co/CRzrg0qSXQ

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  • @Bucks • 3h
  • "I totally believe in Game 5 we'll be ready." #FearTheDeer https://t.co/IffFDONnIY

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  • @Bucks • 3h

    Fansided: Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric Bledsoe named to All-Defensive First Team

    The Milwaukee Bucks may have been left licking their wounds on Wednesday following their series-tying, Game 4 defeat to the Toronto Raptors, but there was at least some good news for the franchise, and two of the stars they'll need to bounce back.

    As the NBA continues its gradual roll-out of its annual awards teams, which started with the unveiling of the All-Rookie teams on Tuesday, the announcement of the All-Defensive teams brought cause for celebration for Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe.

    Not only were Antetokounmpo and Bledsoe selected among the top-10 defensive players over the course of the season, but they went one better as both were selected to the All-Defensive First Team.

  • @Bucks • 4h
  • All-Defensive First Team: The Greek Freak's Best Defensive Plays of 2018-19 #FearTheDeer https://t.co/2Je9g4JIsN

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  • @Bucks • 4h
  • All-Defensive First Team: Eric Bledsoe's Best Defensive Plays of 2018-19 #FearTheDeer https://t.co/GrDBZDNNGw

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  • @Bucks • 5h

    Brew Hoop: Milwaukee vs. Toronto: Bucks Lackadaisical Defensive Effort Leads to a Drubbing

    NBA

    The Milwaukee Bucks got suffocated by the Toronto Raptors in a 120-102 loss that now evens the series at 2-2 headed back to the Fiserv Forum. The Bucks simply had no answer defensively for the Raptors, and the lack of successful adjustments in game four was certainly eye-opening.

    Three Observations

    Eric Bledsoe has been Toronto's MVP thus far.

    We are not seeing the same Bledsoe from the regular season and unfortunately, we're seeing the same one that got owned by Terry Rozier in the postseason last year.

  • @Bucks • 8h
  • Best of Khris in Game 4:30 PTS | 11-15 FG | 6 REB | 7 AST#FearTheDeer https://t.co/7oTdwyIoPv

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  • @Bucks • 9h
  • The best of The Greek Freak in Game 4:25 PTS | 10 REB | 5 AST | 3 BLK | 1 STL#FearTheDeer https://t.co/6nq1tiPG6h

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  • @Bucks • 9h

    Fansided: Milwaukee Bucks Daily: Rounding up reactions from brutal Game 4 defeat

    In today's edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, the Toronto Raptors even up their Conference Finals series with the Milwaukee Bucks at 2-2 with a Game 4 win, we reflect on the year-plus since Mike Budenholzer was appointed Bucks head coach, and much more.

    Aside from Khris Middleton breaking through to deliver his best offensive performance of the series, the Raptors thoroughly dismantled the Bucks in Game 4 Tuesday night. Now with the series even at two games apiece, anything may be on the table as far as adjustments go and the same obviously applies to much-needed improvements from contributors who have struggled to find their footing thus far in the series.

  • @Bucks • 10h

    Fansided: Milwaukee Bucks: 3 takeaways from 120-102 Game 4 loss to Toronto Raptors

    I think the Milwaukee Bucks forgot how to play basketball.

    At least, that's what it seems like after two terrible performance in Toronto in Games 3 and 4. With an opportunity to take a stranglehold on the series and go up 3-1 and a trip back to Milwaukee looming, the Bucks were soundly beaten on the road by the Toronto Raptors to level the series at 2-2.

    For the first time this series, the Raptors legitimately looked like the better team on the court for the entire game. In Games 1-3, the Raptors had their moments but the Bucks throughout looked to have control.

  • @Bucks • 18h
  • "We're good enough to bounce back. We'll figure it out." #FearTheDeer | @hulu https://t.co/42hdcZykwk

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  • @Bucks • 18h
  • "We have to come out and be consistent, which we've done a good job all year of."#FearTheDeer | @hulu https://t.co/01gTpTg08s

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  • @Bucks • 19h
  • "They protected home court just like we did. Game 5 is going to be a dog fight." #FearTheDeer https://t.co/dAdOmHm8kG

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