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CBS Mocks Wisconsin Badgers Guard Johnny Davis to the Milwaukee Bucks

For much of the 2021-22 season, it was a consensus that Wisconsin Badgers star Johnny Davis would be a top ten pick in the NBA Draft. The sophomore shooting guard averaged 19.7 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game on his way to being named the Big Ten Player of the Year. He was also named a finalist for the John Wooden Award, given to the nation’s best men’s and women’s college basketball players. Even after the Badgers’ early exit from the NCAA Tournament, Davis was still considered to be a lottery pick. However, CBS Sports recently did a mock draft that saw Davis drop far in the first round. So far, in fact, that the Milwaukee Bucks, with the 24th overall pick, were mocked to select him.
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3 backup point guards the Milwaukee Bucks could target this offseason

Among the top priorities for the Milwaukee Bucks this coming offseason should be upgrading at the backup point guard position for the long haul. For the past two seasons, the Bucks have not had much stability at the position, cycling through a handful of names like D.J. Augustin, Jeff Teague, and George Hill. The role was occupied by Hill this past season, and he did not quite bring the boost that the Bucks had hoped for when they signed him to a two-year deal last offseason. Hill had arguably his worst season as a professional to date, and it is not controversial to say that the Bucks should look to upgrade at the position this coming offseason, given the abundance of options that could be available. With all of that being said, here are three backup point guards the Milwaukee Bucks should make a run at.
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Darvin Ham Considered Strong Candidate For Hornets

The Charlotte Hornets have identified Darvin Ham as a strong candidate for their head coaching vacancy. Ham is also a candidate for the Los Angeles Lakers' opening. Ham worked with Mitch Kupchak previously with the Lakers. Ham is an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks and has been considered a...
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3 keys to Boston Celtics beating the Miami Heat in Game 4

Well Boston Celtics fans, we find ourselves in a familiar hole. The Celtics are down two games to one in a playoff series for the second consecutive series. First, it was against the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Eventually, the Celtics ended up winning that series in seven games, with an incredible Game 7 performance at home.
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3 Milwaukee Bucks’ trade targets worth their first round pick in NBA Draft

For the first time since selecting Donte DiVincenzo in 2018, the Milwaukee Bucks are set to have a first round pick this year. There are some different opinions as to what exactly the Bucks should do with that first round pick. On the one hand, utilizing that 24th pick would be a great chance for them to add some youth into the mix, something this team desperately needs. Perhaps the Bucks could get a solid young wing to patch up one of their most notable flaws. On the other hand, the Bucks could follow a path they are familiar with over the past few years and trade the pick to improve the roster on impact. If the reigning champions decide to go with the latter option, here are three players that would be worth trading that 24th overall selection for this offseason.
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The Milwaukee Bucks have a lot of work to do this summer

After the fashion in which the Milwaukee Bucks blew a 3-2 series lead to the Boston Celtics to end their 2021-22 season and squash their back-to-back championship hopes, there is a lot of work to be done this summer and offseason as a whole. From a fan’s perspective, it will...
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Jayson Tatum needs to take over for Celtics and fulfill his potential after brutal Game 3 | Matt Vautour

BOSTON — Jayson Tatum didn’t blame the officials or an injury or anything else in his postgame press conference Saturday night. The Celtics star put the team’s Game 3 failure on his own shoulders. He had just 10 points on 3-for-14 shooting and turned the ball over six times. He had one point and just two shot attempts in the fourth quarter.
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#Bucks #Milwaukee #GiannisAntetokounmpo #amaraslogic NBA Milwaukee Bucks Trade Rumors Salaries Whats Next #Milwaukee #Bucks #Giannis The Bucks have two stars surrounding Antetokounmpo in Jrue Holiday and Middleton. Now that the Nets have Simmons, they don't need Irving to be their point guard, and they would probably be better off with a player like Holiday or Middleton. Meanwhile, the Bucks need another legitimate star who can take the pressure off Antetokounmpo.
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Surprising coach in the lead to land Lakers job?

The Los Angeles Lakers appear to be getting closer to naming a new head coach, and a surprising name might be emerging as the leading candidate. Milwaukee Bucks assistant Darvin Ham has made the strongest impression on the Lakers during the search thus far, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. The Lakers have prioritized a strong personality who can gain the respect of the locker room and manage its various possibilities. Ham is known around the NBA for these traits, and is considered a strong, no-nonsense leader who connects with players.
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Why Al Horford, Celtics Have Confidence Despite Heat’s Series Lead

The Celtics are not newcomers when it comes to a pivotal postseason contest having already faced a one-game deficit five times in the NBA playoffs. Boston hasn’t dropped consecutive games during the playoffs, clawing back three times against the Milwaukee Bucks before earning a Game 2 win in the Eastern Conference finals after the Miami Heat claimed the series opener.
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Will the Bucks early exit see them chase this Atlanta Hawks bench player?

The Milwaukee Bucks made plenty of moves over the season in an effort to repeat as NBA champions. Due to their capitulation in the seventh game against the Boston Celtics, they went out in the second round. This means they will be scouting the league for improvements that they can make and the Atlanta Hawks have a player that they have already been interested in.
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Why the Milwaukee Bucks should inquire about a P.J. Washington trade

After falling short in the playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks must remain aggressive this offseason as they look to improve their roster for next season. One specific player that should be on Milwaukee’s radar is P.J. Washington, the former No. 12 pick of the Charlotte Hornets. Washington was featured heavily in various trade rumors last season, as Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer reported that the 23-year-old forward was a “trade possibility” for the Hornets before the deadline. Although they ultimately kept him on the roster, it would not be a surprise to see Washington’s name show up in the rumor mill again this offseason, and the Bucks should inquire about his services if he is potentially on the table.
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