Bucks Vs. Bulls: Best and Worst of Times for Andrew Bogut and the Bucks

December 28th, 2010 by JD mo Leave a reply »
After getting all up in the Lakers' business by blowing the champs out by 19 last week in Los Angeles, the Bucks followed it up with a disappointing stinker at home against a playoff rival their fans hold no love for. Now they head down I-94 to play their actual rivals, the Central Division-leading Chicago Bulls. 

These are the worst of times for the Milwaukee Bucks, who are missing injured point guard Brandon Jennings for another few weeks. Yet there may be no better time for the Milwaukee Bucks, a team that despite never suiting up a full squad this season has yet to back down from a challenge—when it realizes it's facing one.  Ask the Lakers, the Mavs, the Celtics, the Spurs, the Jazz and the Heat.

The Bulls and Derrick Rose, Carlos Boozer and Luol Deng are a challenge.

Unfortunately, the Bucks haven't been good when they don't necessarily feel like they've got a challenge on their hands.  They don't respect the Atlanta Hawks, so it seems, not when they're playing them with center Andrew Bogut.  After humbling the Hawks by taking them to seven games without Bogut last April in the playoffs, the Bucks stuffed ...

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