The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Bucks swingman Khris Middleton was named to the preliminary Team USA roster on Friday afternoon.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, Khris Middleton is among the names selected to the preliminary Team USA roster, Tony Snell looks to get out of his slumping ways before the start of the playoffs and more.
Even with both the FIBA World Cup and Tokyo Olympics far out of range at this point, the fact that Middleton was included among the 35 players named to the first Team USA roster release shows that his efforts and performance have been recognized by those in charge of selecting players from the available player pool.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 4/6/18
Milwaukee Bucks: Takeaways from 119-111 loss to Brooklyn Nets (read here): I recapped the Bucks’ hugely disappointing loss to the Brooklyn Nets from Thursday night.
Milwaukee Bucks: Grades from 119-111 loss to Brooklyn Nets (read here): Adam McGee handed out grades, taking a look at individual performances from the Bucks, head coach Joe Prunty and what the Nets had to offer as well.
Win in 6 Podcast #198: Does playoff seeding really matter? (read here): Adam and I convened to go over the possible playoff matchups the Bucks could face in a week’s time, answered your mailbag questions and Adam changed the trajectory of the podcast by sharing a memorable story in the second Win in 6 of this week.
Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 4/6/18
Khris Middleton Selected For 2018-20 Men’s National Team Roster (read here): Here’s the Bucks’ press release regarding Khris Middleton’s inclusion in Team USA’s preliminary player pool for both the upcoming FIBA World Cup and Olympic competitions.
Bucks guard Tony Snell looks to get out of his recent funk (read here): Ben Steele of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel looked at Tony Snell’s recent struggles and got the insight of head coach Joe Prunty and superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo to gauge their reaction of what is needed of him to shake his slumping form.
New Milwaukee Bucks arena: A big flush from 900 bathroom fixtures will come before opening (read here): Also of the Journal Sentinel, James B. Nelson provided the latest update on the Bucks’ new arena, which includes performing a coordinated flush for the facility’s 900 bathroom fixtures before it officially opens.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.