The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as various Bucks players talk about their mentality heading into their playoff series with the Boston Celtics.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we hear about the team’s disposition ahead of the start of the playoffs, the Bucks keep their protected first round pick this year and much, much more.
With the start of their first round series just over 24 hours at this point, there’s no question what the importance of winning a playoff series holds for all Bucks players at this point, considering the franchise has yet to get over that hump over the last 17 years. Having come as close as they have in 2015 and in 2017, multiple Bucks players are focusing on the mission at hand.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 4/13/18
Milwaukee Bucks: Top 10 moments of the 2017-18 regular season (read here): With all eyes on the start of the postseason, Ben Sewell compiled his top 10 moments of the Bucks’ 2017-18 regular season campaign.
Milwaukee Bucks: Potential turning points in Boston Celtics series (read here): Ti Windisch looked at some of the factors in the Bucks’ playoff matchup with the Boston Celtics that potentially could swing the series on either end.
Milwaukee Bucks: Playoff history with the Boston Celtics (read here): With their first round series set to tip off Sunday afternoon, I looked back at the Bucks’ past playoff meetings with the Boston Celtics.
Milwaukee Bucks: Recent history with Boston Celtics (read here): Adam McGee looked back at the Bucks’ past matchups with the Boston Celtics since head coach Brad Stevens took head coaching duties back in 2013.
Win in 6 Podcast #200: How the Bucks can beat the Celtics (read here): On the 200th episode of Win in 6, Adam and I convened to go over the multiple ways the Bucks could surprise the Boston Celtics in their first round series and answer your questions in our weekly mailbag segment.
Milwaukee Bucks keep their 2018 first round pick following tiebreaker (read here): Lastly, Adam wrote on the biggest event of the day pertaining to the Bucks as they kept their protected first round pick following the tiebreaker procedure.
Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 4/13/18
Bucks locked in on earning their first series win since 2001 (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Matt Velazquez shed light on the team’s mentality heading into the Bucks’ first round series with the Boston Celtics while also providing an update on Malcolm Brogdon’s minutes restriction.
Bucks’ Jabari Parker on reported contract offer: ‘I wish’ (read here): Velazquez also wrote on the radio interview Bucks forward Jabari Parker was a part of Thursday night as part of the Milwaukee Basketball Hour broadcasted on 105.7 The FAN.
Bucks playoffs: 10 times the seventh or eighth seed won an opening-round playoff series (read here): Also of the Journal Sentinel, J.R. Radcliffe touched on past first round upsets by seven and eight seeds, potentially serving as a template of what could be in store with the Bucks’ series with the Celtics.
Three Keys to Beating Boston (read here): Alex Boeder of Bucks.com detailed his three areas the Bucks need to take advantage of to beat the Celtics in the first round.
Bucks Announce Playoff Events for Fans (read here): Here’s the Bucks’ press release regarding their itinerary of events running throughout the team’s playoff series with the Celtics.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.