Tuesday, December 13, 2005
From way downtown
The Bucks last night beat the New York Knickerblunders 112-92 for their 6th win in the last 7 games. That's a 20 point whoppin' ladies and gentlemen. This is on the team that the great Larry Brown is coaching. The Knicks were hyped in the preseason as possibly back on the rise thanks to the great Brown coming to coach them. Guess what? The Knicks stink. The Bucks beat a bad team how they were supposed to, and at New York nonetheless. The Bucks shot 63.2% from 3 point range... hold up, 63% from downtown? Not only do teams have to worry about the inside play of their big men, and contend with the leagues #3 rebounding team (#2 in rebounding differential), but teams also have to guard the perimeter on a team that for the season shoots 43% from 3 point land (#1 in the league by the way)? Forget about it! Gadz had another outstanding night with 18 points in 18 minutes (take that Lebron). Looking forward to the Bucks with home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.