In Your Face, Celtics: Were Milwaukee Buck Brandon Jennings’ Antics a Wise Move?

March 11th, 2010 by Tom Delamater Leave a reply »
The Milwaukee Bucks continued their unlikely romp through the NBA Tuesday night, stretching their latest winning streak to four with an 86-84 victory over the Boston Celtics.

It was the Bucks’ 10th win in their last 11 games. They continue to climb higher in the Eastern Conference playoff picture and now sit comfortably in the fifth spot.

The way they’re playing, they could ascend to even loftier heights. They held off the third-place Celtics Tuesday, and Atlanta, nestled in the fourth spot, hasn’t made any strides of late.

So things are looking up, indeed, for the Bucks.

That’s why I have to ask: Were Brandon Jennings’ late and postgame demonstrations the wisest courses of action?

The dynamic rookie took an outlet pass from Andrew Bogut in the fourth quarter and raced the length of the floor for a layup. Boston’s Glen Davis swatted the shot and crashed into Jennings, sending him to the floor.

The diminutive guard quickly hopped to his feet and stood over Davis, who bumped him as he got up. The two had to be separated, chirping all the way. Both received technical fouls.

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