Bucks Diary

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Live Blog: Third Quarter Game Five

Turn out the lights, the party's over la la la la.... The Bucks have obviously raised the white flag, they're out there just dickin' around, lolligagging... I knew Hamilton was going to break out, damn it, I should have got it on the record... This thing is pathetic... Have you ever seen such a half effort?... Well, its good to see Hamilton get his game going because I'm pulling for the Pistons the rest of the way... Congrats, Detroit... I think I'm going to go to the Brewers-Astros game... I'll give my end of season recap late tonight... I'm out... Thanks everybody.


At May 3, 2006 at 10:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Bucks were a worthy 1st round opponent. I'm not sold on your coach (you think Gadzuric was making a statement in garbage time?), and hopefully Simmons plays better against other teams. But the Bucks played hard, and the trio of Redd/Bogut/Ford displayed a lot of heart.

This team needs to find an identity and a swagger, IMO. You guys need to find a villian.

That said, thanks for all your class. Your blog has added good perspective.

Welcome aboard the Detroit fanwagon!

At May 4, 2006 at 1:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

anonymous #1 said it well: the Bucks should take a lot away from this series -- a lot of questions, but also a lot to be proud of. Redd showed great heart in defeat. Thanks for some very entertaining reading, and best of luck.

At May 4, 2006 at 2:05 AM, Anonymous Matt said...

I think the Bucks showed their nerves the first couple of games, but they showed their true colors the next two in Milwaukee. Unfortunately, the Pistons just don't lose when they have a chance to clinch a series. But the Bucks have some good pieces, and in time it should come together.

At May 4, 2006 at 8:50 AM, Anonymous Ian Cameron said...

Piston fans have definitely benefitted from your insights throughout the series. Thanks again for being a class act, Ty et al.


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