The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Giannis Antetokounmpo is named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for November.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we hear about Giannis Antetokounmpo’s latest award win, get the latest on Khris Middleton‘s benching, and much more.
Antetokounmpo winning the Player of the Month for November adds to what could have been an October win if the NBA dished out an award for that shortened month on the schedule. All in all, it’s safe to say Giannis has assumed frontrunner status in the MVP race at this early juncture.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
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Milwaukee Bucks: Khris Middleton benching sends out wider warning (read here): I wrote about the Khris Middleton benching, and how it stands out as an important culture setting moment for Budenholzer’s Bucks in light of a problem that’s plagued them for years.
Milwaukee Bucks: Evaluating Donte DiVincenzo‘s rookie campaign so far (read here): Jordan Treske took a closer look at Donte DiVincenzo’s rookie season so far, and the manner in which DiVincenzo has been able to carve out a consistent role.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo named Eastern Conference Player of the Month (read here): Bucks.com detailed Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Player of the Month award win for November, as former Buck Tobias Harris picked up the equivalent honors for the Western Conference.
The Bucks are 15-7 and they seem better (read here): Alex Boeder of Bucks.com wrote about the Bucks’ start to the season and highlighted a number of stats that suggest they’re even better than their record suggests.
Khris Middleton and Mike Budenholzer are back on the same page after Middleton’s benching (read here): Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal spoke to both Middleton and Budenholzer about the wing’s benching in Saturday’s loss, as both revealed they’re on the same page and happy to move on.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.