The Bucks Are Done in 2010 NBA Playoffs. Are the Brewers Done Too?

May 4th, 2010 by Jeff Robbins Leave a reply »

What would Perry Como do?

Anyone who is a fan of the 1994 Kevin Smith film Clerks has probably seen—in any number of its dozens of video releases—the film’s original ending.

Cut before the film was released theatrically, but included on subsequent Laserdisc, DVD, and Blu-ray releases, the original ending features the shocking twist of store clerk Dante being shot and killed.

It’s a terribly abrupt and disturbing ending, in large part because of the unexpected high degree of fun that had come before.

Sunday’s Eastern Conference quarterfinal game seven beat down of the Milwaukee Bucks at the hands of the Atlanta Hawks was like that—an ugly, shocking, disturbing, completely unsettling end to what had until then largely been a joyous 2009-2010 season.

Yes, it is easy for those who either don’t believe in or don’t care about the Bucks to quickly dismiss a team that did not make it out of the opening round of the NBA playoffs. (After all, doesn’t every NBA team make the postseason?)

But remember that the Bucks were a team most picked ...

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