posted by Brew City Bub @ 12:32 AM
Wow! More Bucks coverage!Either the blog is really back or you're uncontrollably bored.If this trade falls through, does that mean the Bucks drafted Jimmer and Jon Leuer for themselves? The Bucks do need offensive players, but not ones who can't play any defense and who have the skill level of D-leaguers. I'd be hilarious how many white guys are on the team next year. Fortunately for Bucks fans, this trade should go through I would assume.
I made the post at 12:30 AM while I was working/procrastinating. Not bored, just lazy. Also, the blog is back, just took a couple threatening emails.The trade was made official during the draft last night, so the Bucks aren't stuck with Jimmer. They will be stuck with an unhappy, violent black man, though.
The Bulls picked Jimmy Butlaaaaaa with the 30th pick. Good news for Butler and the MU program.
I think credit for the blog's revival goes something like 99.99999% to Mark Kocksplatter and Ron Roenicke and 0.00001 to your angry emails.I just realized what that was a tattoo of. Hilarious. I don't care about the Bucks enough to overlook the lack of safety I will now feel walking the streets of Milwaukee, so I oppose the trade.
Ok, is that a tombstone with two hands in a praying motion gripping a Smith & Wesson? If so, I really like the irony there.Jackson's a pretty good player. I'm not sure he's a malcontent; I think he's just really violent. Violence translates fairly well onto the basketball court. Once he gets over the fact that he got traded yet again and that he's only stuck for 1 year in basketball's version of hell, he'll be just fine, and so will we. The white women on Water Street, though...that's another story.
Oh, and a big HEEEELLLLLL YEAAAAAHHH to my main man Jimmmmmah BUTLAAAAH. I am really happy for him. Jimmy and Zar were 2 of my top 10 college baskeball players of all time. Zar's probably top 5, but Jimmy's not far behind.Both got guaranteed skrilla. The Wes Matthews Effect. We should make an indie-film with that title.
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