After dealing away Richard Jefferson, and letting go of Charlie Villanueva and Ramon Sessions, the Milwaukee Bucks appear to have one of the least talented rosters in basketball. Throw in the fact that Andrew Bogut is recovering from back surgery, and Michael Redd has been out, and the Bucks have the makings of a bottom-feeding basketball team.
Yet after trouncing the listless Knicks 102-87 in a game that was over at halftime, the Bucks stand with a record of 3-2.
Are they that good? Or are the Knicks just that bad?
LetÆs examine how the Bucks are prevailing.
Despite having a reputation as a grind-it-out halfcourt offense, Milwaukee looked to push the tempo, and exploit the KnicksÆ porous transition defense.
When Milwaukee slowed do ...
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Article written by Erick Blasco