The inevitable has happened to the Milwaukee Bucks. After starting the season with an 8-3 record, they have fallen on hard times and currently sit third in the Central Division with a record of 12-18. Milwaukee's early season success was highlighted by rookie Brandon Jennings' 55 point statement game against the Golden State Warriors. It appeared the Bucks had the steal of the draft and the league's next great point guard. While Jennings is leading the team in scoring and assists at 19.5 points and 6.1 assists per game, he isn't receiving much help from the rest of the roster. Michael Redd, most notably, is having a difficult time adjusting to Jennings' game and the up-tempo style he brings to the team. This is nothing new for Redd or fans of the team. He struggled meshing his style with f ...
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