The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as the Bucks picked up just where they left off, delivering a blowout win in their 2019 opener.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, the Bucks start the new year in dominant fashion, jon Horst’s good work receives praise, and much more.
The Bucks brushed the Pistons out of their path on Tuesday night, wrapping up a season series win, winning their fourth consecutive game, and maintaining their hold on the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind the Buck Pass From 1/1/19
Milwaukee Bucks: 3 things to watch for as Detroit Pistons visit (read here): Prior to Tuesday night’s game, I highlighted three key elements worth watching out for in the Bucks’ latest meeting with the Pistons.
Milwaukee Bucks: New Year’s resolutions for every player (read here): Ben Rauman kicked off 2019 by providing New Year’s resolutions for each and every Milwaukee Bucks player.
Best of Bucks Around the Internet From 1/1/19
Bucks 121, Pistons 98: Starters help ring in new year with a bang (read here): Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported from Fiserv Forum as the Bucks started off 2019 with a blowout win over the Pistons on New Year’s Day.
2018 in review: The future has finally arrived for the Milwaukee Bucks (read here): Andrew Wagner of Forbes looked back on the Bucks’ 2018, and the colossal strides the franchise made during the course of the year.
The Whiteboard: Jon Horst is doing good work for the Milwaukee Bucks (read here): In the latest edition of The Whiteboard over at The Step Back, Ti Windisch shined a light on the good work Jon Horst has done to emerge as a better general manager than anyone would have anticipated during what was a bizarre hiring process.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.