Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Giannis Antetokounmpo's Interview with Greece's Sport24

Milwaukee Bucks

Bucks rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo sat down with Greece's Sport24 to talk about his new hometown, the NBA and his expectations of the season.

"I want to become one of the best players, so if you want to be one the best, you have to elevate all aspects of your game." - Giannis Antetokounmpo

Monday, September 16, 2013

Twitter Q & A with Giannis Antetokounmpo!!!

Milwaukee Bucks

The Bucks rookie will be taking your questions tomorrow LIVE at 7am CT from Greece. Tweet your questions to @nbahellas and follow @Bucks for the answers!!!

Friday, September 6, 2013

Caron Butler’s very emotional introductory press conference

Caron Butler’s emotional introductory press conference is pretty touching. He reflects about his dream as a child and he is now living his dream. 

He's been playing in the NBA for 11 years and still living out his dream.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Larry Sanders officially signs four-year extension

It's official..can't believe I've been granted this opportunity to represent Milwaukee for the next 5… 

Larry Sanders signed his long-anticipated four-year extension, he even tweeted about it complete with an Instagram of him signing his new deal.

As first reported last Friday by Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, the extension reportedly will guarantee him $44 million over four seasons starting in the 14/15 season, the same sort of cash that the more erratic JaVale McGee and DeAndre Jordan hauled in the past two summers.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Monta Ellis was unhappy in Milwaukee

Monta Ellis,Milwaukee Bucks 
Monta Ellis said that he wasn't happy playing with the Milwaukee Bucks, and he's hoping a fresh start with the Mavericks will help his dipping efficiency numbers.

Ellis spoke about his experiences with the Bucks during his introductory press conference with the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday, and he believes his performance suffered due to his unhappiness in Milwaukee:

"When you're in a place where you're unhappy, it's very hard for you to perform to your best ability," said Ellis, the American Airlines Center lights twinkling off the oversized diamond studs in each ear. "So, I mean, with this new beginning, new fresh start, you know, better organization, you know, better teammates, they're going to make things a lot more better."

Ellis thinks the situation in Dallas will be good for him because he won't have as much scoring responsibility:

"I don't really have to shoot the ball as much on this team," Ellis said. "The previous team I been on, like I said once before, I had to do 60 percent of the work no matter what the situation is. I think with this team here, I don't have to do as much or take as many shots because sometimes they're going to stop me and Dirk is going to be open, Jose [Calderon], Devin [Harris], the list goes on and. So I don't think I have to do as much as I had to do in the previous years.

"So that's going to get me back to being efficient, that's going to get me back to being more consistent and it's going to get me back to playing Monta basketball."