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    Not sure if anyone was able to catch last night's game or any of tonight's game, but these guys are for real. TJ Ford is playing superb ball and while Bogut isn't quite a "force", he is a nice addition to this team. They beat Philly in OT last night in Philly and they just beat the Nets in NJ. They could challenge NJ and Cleveland for the 4th spot in the east. I know, I know - it's still very early in the season, but the Bucks look very good so far.

    Go Pacers!

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    They played the Sixers and Nets, lets seem them do this to us or the Pistons. Not worried about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dewman_32
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    Not sure if anyone was able to catch last night's game or any of tonight's game, but these guys are for real. TJ Ford is playing superb ball and while Bogut isn't quite a "force", he is a nice addition to this team. They beat Philly in OT last night in Philly and they just beat the Nets in NJ. They could challenge NJ and Cleveland for the 4th spot in the east. I know, I know - it's still very early in the season, but the Bucks look very good so far.

    Go Pacers!

    Bogut for his first game, looked very good. He is very mobile for a big man. The Bucks will be good for the 1st round or second round of the playoffs.

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    They have looked really good. And as Marv alluded to tonight, the Nets most certainly have not. It saddens me that a prime crew like Marv and Jax are calling those yahoo's. Especially after my first taste in how bad a good share of team's crews are.

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    I think the Bucks could challenge for the 4th spot in the East. They have a nicely balanced roster and some depth.

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    I was gonna say the same thing yesterday, but then I realised that Redd makes 18 Million dollars in 4 years time and went whoo fork....

    he made a million dollar shot yesterday but 18 MILLION.. for Redd...

    if his contract stopped @ 12-13 I'd say this team is going places, but that contract concerns me a lot....


    The team has the potential and if there ten games over or better come all star weekend, I'll be impressed....


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    Bogut and Redd went freaking hogwild today.
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    Bogut and Redd went freaking hogwild today.
    Bogut: 17 rebounds (8 offensive)
    Redd: 41 pts?????

    ouch.

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    They better pray for an injury free season. Teams with depth are going to eat them alive.

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    They better pray for an injury free season. Teams with depth are going to eat them alive.
    I dunno. They've got some very nice big man depth. Moe Williams, Jiri Welsch, and Kukoc make up their little man depth. They could probably use another swingman, but that's not too bad.
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    My Bogut pick's looking good right now.
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    I don't really fear them, because both of their starting guards can be easily exploited defensively.

    That said, I siad once they got Maglore that I respect them. They're a playoff team, easy.

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