Milwaukee Bucks: What Went Wrong this Season for Brandon Jennings and Co.?

April 5th, 2011 by Zach Herring Leave a reply »
The Milwaukee Bucks had great expectations heading into the 2010-2011 season; it’s easy to say they didn’t live up to the hype. After winning 46 games last season, the Bucks hold a terrible 31-46 record with five games left. There are many reasons for what went wrong with the Bucks this season, including injuries, terrible shooting throughout the season and inconsistent performances among key players.

Injuries, Injuries, Injuries, and More Injures

The Bucks have not had a full practice with everyone on their 15-man roster all season. That says enough doesn’t it? Every starter has missed games. Brandon Jennings missed around two months with a broken foot. John Salmons missed games on and off with a hip injury. Carlos Delfino missed two months with a concussion and is now day-to-day with a rib contusion. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute has missed a few games on and off. Andrew Bogut has missed games on and off with muscle strains.

The bench players have also missed a lot of games. Drew Gooden has only played in 29 games this season. Ersan Ilyasova has only played in 56 games and is currently out with a concussion. Almost every other ben ...

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