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May 23, 2015 Updates

ESPN is bringing back some of its vintage ‘This is SportsCenter’ commercials in honor of the 20 year anniversary of the campaign, including this one where Jason Kidd was still on the Dallas Mavericks and Keith Olbermann and Dan Patrick hadn’t left the network. Of course now Kidd is the coach of the Bucks and Olbermann left, came back and got a new show on ESPN. Patrick has his own show on NBC Sports and SiriusXM Radio. No word what happened to the mascot who was directing air traffic in Bristol. For The Win

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Bucks point guard Tyler Ennis underwent right shoulder surgery in New York on Tuesday, the team announced. The Bucks termed the surgery a labral repair and said it was performed after consultation with team orthopaedist Michael Gordon and David Altcheck from the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. No timetable was given for Ennis' recovery but the surgery will prevent him from playing in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas in July. The 20-year-old Ennis, a rookie from Syracuse, was acquired by the Bucks from Phoenix in the three-team February trade deadline deal that also brought Michael Carter-Williams and Miles Plumlee to Milwaukee. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

May 19, 2015 Updates

Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond announced that guard Tyler Ennis underwent successful labral repair surgery to his right shoulder today. After consultation with Bucks orthopaedist Dr. Michael Gordon and Dr. David Altcheck from the Hospital for Special Surgery, the procedure was performed this morning in New York. NBA.com

Jason Kidd and a huge fan of his celebrated the fan’s birthday — 14 years after Kidd was invited to his party. It all started back when Kidd was a player and Daniel Marks, now a basketball database manager for the Bucks, sent him a heartfelt fan note and invited him to his 10th birthday party. Kidd didn’t make it, but when Marks’ birthday rolled around this year it was a different story: The Bucks coach showed up. Marks’ mom celebrated the occasion with a cake that read: “Daniel after 14 years J Kidd can celebrate your birthday with you.” For The Win

May 14, 2015 Updates

Matt Velazquez: RJ Hunter met with @Bucks today. Tried to walk in with swag then lost that swag immediately when he saw Jason Kidd. Says he was starstruck. "They've got a lot of guards but not a lot of shooters so I think I can help them out." — R.J. Hunter on the @Bucks Twitter

May 12, 2015 Updates

The Milwaukee Bucks today announced that Suki Hobson has been added to the team’s training staff as Senior Strength and Rehabilitation Specialist. Hobson brings over 15 years of experience working with elite athletes in the fields of strength, power and injury rehabilitation to the Bucks organization. Hobson joins the Bucks full-time after previously running her own interdisciplinary athletic performance and sports consultancy company, Athlete Revolution International, which is based in Melbourne, Australia, and operated around the world. Regarded for her innovative, athlete-centered, goal-driven and scientific approach to training, Hobson is a leader in the fields of strength training and athlete rehabilitation, with a particular emphasis in rehabilitation from ACL injuries. She has previously worked with multiple Australian Football League teams as well as the Queensland Academy of Sport, where she trained Olympic athletes during two summer and one winter Olympic cycles. NBA.com

Frank Madden: Cool to see Bucks hire strength/rehab specialist @sukihobson. Her experience w/ACL rehab likely a big + for Jabari: https://movementsquared.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/suki-hobson-strength-and-power-training-post-acl-reconstruction/ Twitter @brewhoop

May 11, 2015 Updates
 

THE TOP 50 PLAYERS IN BUCKS HISTORY

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is No. 1 in a list filled with old-school players at the top.

   

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