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Even though the Bucks won just four out of nine so far, the team around Brandon Jennings certainly has the talent to compete for home-court advantage in the Eastern Conference. Thus, the Milwaukee Bucks will try to play up to their potential when David Lee and the Golden State Warriors are in town on Sunday at 1:30 a.m. GMT.

 

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Considering the performance of the Warriors in recent years, hardly anyone expected the team from the Bay Area to start the 2010-11 season with six wins in eight games. After all, the franchise just underwent significant changes as they brought in David Lee from the New York Knicks while giving up on various young prospects, such as Anthony Morrow and Anthony Randolph. That said, Golden State could very well compete for a playoff berth if they managed to keep up their level of play throughout the season. Especially the Warriors' back-court is extremely difficult to defend as Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry combined for no less than 48.8 points and 11.4 assists per game. Therefore, the Bucks will most likely have to bring their A-game to avoid a home loss on Sunday night.

 

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Posted: 15th November 2009

 

Unlike many experts around the league predicted, the Milwaukee Bucks did not find themselves at the bottom of the Eastern Conference but posted a solid 3-2 record to start this year’s NBA campaign. Highly motivated to stay in the playoff mix, the Milwaukee Bucks will host the Golden State Warriors at Bradley Center on Sunday at 1:30 a.m. GMT.

 

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When the Milwaukee Bucks ran into serious financial problems during the economic crisis, many expected the franchise to hit rock bottom in the off-season. Although the Bucks had to cut Richard Jefferson, Charlie Villanueva and Ramon Sessions from their payroll, they miraculously managed to maintain a competitive squad. More specifically, GM John Hammond acquired Carlos Delfino, Hakim Warrick as well as drafting Brandon Jennings with Milwaukee’s tenth overall pick. Especially Brandon Jennings had a huge impact on the Bucks as the team won three out of five in the first two weeks of play, despite the absence of franchise centerpiece Michael Redd. In his first five games in the NBA, Brandon Jennings averaged 18.4 points, 4.4 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game.

 

The Golden State Warriors on the other hand experienced two tumultuous weeks on and off the court to start the season. Losing four out of six, head coach Don Nelson appears to be unable to facilitate any measurable progress in Oakland. Even though sophomore Anthony Randolph and rookie Stephen Curry showed a lot of potential, the Warriors are still lacking any defensive energy and fail to outscore their opponents on most nights. Allowing 113 points per contest, it appears to be fairly unlikely that Golden State will make it to the post-season unless they tighten up their defense. At the other end of the floor, Monta Ellis put together some nice games, averaging 18.3 points, 5.7 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 2.2 steals per contest. Considering said circumstances, the match-up between the Warriors and Bucks could go either way depending on the Warriors’ unpredictable and highly inconsistent offense. Ultimately, Golden State has more talent on their roster, yet Milwaukee played much better team basketball thus far.

 

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Tags: Brandon Jennings, Golden State Warriors, David Lee, Milwaukee Bucks, NBA live, Richard Jefferson, Anthony Randolph, Monta Ellis
Posted: 14th November 2010

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