Monthly Archives: February 2014
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  • The Milwaukee Bucks‘ 2013-14 season has experienced a lot of depressing problems. The team has faced injuries, decreased production and even a lack of energy at times. One bright spot has come from point-guard Brandon Knight, who is making the most of his casino online time running the team even if it’s a team destined to finish dead last in the NBA.

    A lot of fans got off on the wrong foot with Knight due to his rough start in November; it’s true that first impressions are everything, and it’s taken months for Knight to climb out that hole thanks to a sluggish start.
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  • Among the highlights for Milwaukee: O.J. Mayo couldn’t miss (and was frequently unguarded) en route to a game-high 25 points (8/14 fg, 7/9 threes), Brandon Knightwanted to attack at every turn (12 of his 15 points in the first half), Ersan Ilyasova was making shots (seriously: 7/9 fg, 20 pts), Giannis Antetokounmpo was providing highlight reel swats (career-best 4), and the Bucks were cleaning up most of their own misses for good measure (20 offensive boards on 36 misses).

    Knight entered the night averaging 22.4 ppg and 6.9 apg in eight February games, and he looked like a guy who smelled blood in the water in the first half. Knight looked to attack on the break virtually every time he got his hands on the ball, and would have cracked 20 points again had Larry Drew not opted to rest him for most of the second half. Instead, he settled for 15 points (5/10 fg), 5 rebs, 4 ast and 2 tos in 21 minutes.

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  • Brandon Knight takes the no-look pass off teammate OJ Mayo before throwing down the big one-handed spike.

    You can see the passionate emanate from the point guard after he takes flight, but it most be noted the beautiful no look pass from OJ Mayo for the assist on the play.

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  • Knight (heel) finished with 30 points (12-23 FG, 3-9 3Pt, 3-6 FT), eight assists and five rebounds in 39 minutes during Saturday’s loss to the Pacers.


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  • I don’t think I’m jumping out on a limb by saying the Milwaukee Bucks are an absolute mess. Sitting at 10-44, the team’s .185 winning percentage puts them at the very bottom of the horrible Eastern Conference. Larry Drew’s rotations are a mess, some members of the team seem to be giving up on him and the only thing to look forward to is the NBA lottery next year, right?

    Well, there has been one constant about this team so far: Brandon Knight has tried to put the team on his back. Seemingly the only player Larry Drew trusts, Knight has been an upper-echelon point guard since the month of November ended. After averaging 9.6 PPG in November, here are Knight’s points per game in the following months:

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