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September 13, 2014 Updates
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Kidd said he and his family have enjoyed the Milwaukee summer and early fall weather while learning the city. "It's going to change; we know that," Kidd said. "But it gets cold on the East Coast, no matter where you are. The beauty of coming here, the people have been wonderful. "You hear about the buzz of the Bucks. When you have new ownership that's going to be aggressive about trying to put a contender together and young talent that's going to take the floor, there's a lot of reason to be excited." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

The couple has sampled several Milwaukee restaurants already, including Screaming Tuna in Walker's Point and Carnevor in the downtown area. And they have received a sampling of Midwestern hospitality that stunned Porschla. "My neighbors baked us brownies," she said. "That's the first time that's ever happened to me. "They brought them over and said, 'Welcome to the neighborhood and welcome to Milwaukee.' It was really nice. Who does that, right? "It was really nice and made us feel at home." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Is Larry Sanders in the team's future plans? David Morway: Absolutely. Yeah, yeah. Larry is in our future plans. We are hopeful that this year Larry gets back to being the basketball player that he was two years ago. He is a defensive presence and a game changer on the court. So when you have his length along with Giannis, Jabari Parker, John Henson and then Zaza Pachulia, Damien Inglis, who is very long, and if you play Khris Middleton at the two... We are a fairly long team. We've got good experience with OJ Mayo, Jerryd Bayless... And we like Kendall Marshall. So we are excited for next year. HoopsHype

September 9, 2014 Updates

"I've observed Danny Ferry and his family for many years and I can say Danny Ferry is not a racist," said Wayne Embry, who was the NBA's first African-American general manager with the Milwaukee Bucks in 1971. "I don't know all the circumstances, but in the capacity of a president or general manager, you have to do your due diligence on players. It is a responsible way to act." ESPN.com

September 8, 2014 Updates

Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Greek national team returned to Athens at the first morning hours of Monday and what he had to say to Eurohoops was that he intends to always answer the call of the national team, after his experience in the FIBA World Cup. As he said: “Whenever the national team calls me, I will be present, provided that I am healthy. I experience a moment with our captain, Nikos Zisis after the game. I saw him, a very experienced player, shading a tear. Honestly that changed my whole perception about the national team. I understood what the national team means for those guys and I hope after many years to be in his position. I hope this team would have the same meaning for me, even more compared to the many things it already means”. EuroHoops.net

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Marc Lasry, the co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks with partner Wes Edens, said Thursday at a business of sports summit that he hopes the franchise can partner with the city to build a new arena. Lasry, interviewed by Bloomberg Television at its Sports Business Summit, expressed optimism that such a partnership will happen. "We think over time we're going to be able to do this," Lasry said. Lasry also had some interesting things to say about the Bucks. While he is a co-owner with Edens, Lasry said it was Edens who is the managing partner of the team and acts as the team's governor at NBA owner meetings. "I'm not the person running the team," Lasry said. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

September 3, 2014 Updates

The 29-year-old small forward arrived in Milwaukee on Tuesday and said he sees an opportunity after last week's trade sent him from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Bucks. "Going from a contender to a team that's rebuilding, to me that really doesn't matter," Dudley said. "As a professional, you've got to come in with the right mind-set and play in the right way. "The way I've conducted myself throughout the league, that will be the same thing here. This team has a lot going good for them with Jabari Parker coming in here and what he can potentially do for this franchise. That's a huge upside." Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

August 30, 2014 Updates

Raduljica was waived by the Clippers (via the stretch provision) on Friday, just three days after they had acquired him from Milwaukee. After one season in the league, he said he wants to stay (though it was “a little cold in Milwaukee”). He said he’s only heard rumors about any other teams that may want him and “I’m waiting to see what’s going to happen next.” NBA.com

August 29, 2014 Updates

After being acquired in a three-player trade, Miroslav Raduljica will be waived by the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday morning, league sources told RealGM. Raduljica had been prepared for a potential trade from the Milwaukee Bucks, and the team sent him and Carlos Delfino to the Clippers for Jarden Dudley and a first round pick. The Bucks received trade inquiries on Raduljica a season ago, deciding to reject them in order to keep him. RealGM

Jared Dudley: RT @espngabreezy: @JaredDudley619 how you feel about getting traded? honestly. ( great opportunity for me) Twitter @JaredDudley619

August 28, 2014 Updates

Jonathan Feigen: Limited interest. Chance of anything "unlikely." RT @javyeffbaby: @Jonathan Feigen anymore news on Rockets trying to acquire Ramon Session? Twitter @Jonathan_Feigen

August 26, 2014 Updates

Charles F. Gardner: Third year of Inglis' deal is a team option, as is case with O'Bryant contract and Wolters' deal from last season when he signed as rookie. Twitter @cf_gardner

 

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