The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as reactions and analysis of the Bucks’ front office situation continues.
In this latest edition of the Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we consider the plan or lack of a plan involved in John Hammond’s departure and the search beginning for his successor, as well as looking at a key component of modern offense currently missing from the Bucks’ arsenal.
As the search continues for a new general manager, make sure to check in with us on Behind the Buck Pass regularly where we’ll be sure to have analysis in reaction via both articles and podcasts.
For all of that and more, an easy way to catch all of our work is this daily column. Every morning we share the best of our work from the previous day, as well as our picks from other outlets around the internet.
If you find something worthy of inclusion in the next edition of the daily, send it to us on Twitter [email protected] or by email at [email protected]
Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories:
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 5/28/17
Milwaukee Bucks: Milwaukee needs more pull-up three-pointers (read here): Ti Windisch expands upon a post from ESPN’s Kevin Pelton on the increasing importance of pull-up three-pointers in the NBA, and highlights just how poorly the Bucks currently perform in that category.
Best of Bucks Across The Internet From 5/28/17
Milwaukee Bucks: Murky future in wake of Hammond’s departure (read here): Tom Oates of the La Crosse Tribune writes about the situation in the Bucks’ front office and the challenges they present the team. As Oates correctly notes, what seemed to be clear and structured plan for succession a year ago has now unraveled, leaving everyone looking on asking if there’s a new plan in place ahead of a remarkably busy summer.
2016-17 season in review: Rashad Vaughn (read here): The series of season in review pieces continues at Bucks.com, with Rashad Vaughn the man grabbing the spotlight on this occasion. With a combination of highlight videos, photos and infographics, you can relive the young Buck’s somewhat inauspicious second season.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.