Milwaukee Bucks & Portland Trail Blazers

The Milwaukee Bucks are a professional basketball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. The Portland Trail Blazers, commonly known as the Blazers, are an American professional basketball team based in Portland, Oregon. 5.0/5

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My NBA prediction picks for day 101 of the 2013-2014 NBA season. San Antonio Spurs(36-14) over Charlotte Bobcats(22-28): 103-95 Atlanta Hawks(25-23) over Memphis Grizzlies(26-22): 98-95 Denver Nuggets(24-24) over Detroit Pistons(20-29): 109-101 Portland Trail Blazers(35-15) over Minnesota Timberwolves(24-26): 113-106 Houston Rockets(33-17) over Milwaukee Bucks(9-40): 106-86 Phoenix Suns(29-20) over Golden State Warriors(30-20): 107-104 Miami Heat(35-13) over Utah Jazz(16-33): 103-92 My record was 4-6 for Day 100 of the 2013-2014 NBA Season. My overall record is 470-276 for the 2013-2014 NBA Season. If you have any questions about my NBA prediction picks, just ask and I will try my best to answer your question.
The NBA's Billionaire Owners It’s little surprise that it takes a rich person, if not several, to have the capital required to buy a pro sports team. In the NBA, the average team is now worth $634 million, and even the least valuable team – the Milwaukee Bucks – is worth more than $400 million. That’s why of the league’s 30 teams, 14 are owned, at least in part, by a billionaire. Six of those billionaire owners have fortunes in excess of $5 billion. The 14 billionaire team owners have a combined fortune of $76 billion, though the top three control more than half of that wealth. The wealthiest of the group is Portland Trail Blazers owner and Microsoft MSFT +2.07% co-founder Paul Allen, who is worth $15.8 billion. Allen is closely followed by Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov, a Russian oligarch worth $13 billion, and Philip Anschutz, the Lakers owner who sits atop a $10.3 billion self-made fortune.
Here are today's Must-Se Matchups: Key Game: Minnesota Timberwolves at Indiana Pacers: The Wolves will struggle against the houndig defense of Indiana, whose defensive effort will be led by Roy Hibbert. Can Rubio find a way to set up his team for good shots, or will the Pacers shut them down? -Milwaukee Bucks at Detroit Pistons: Brandon Knight faces his former team, who is led by former Buck, Brandon Jennings. Brandon, try not to end up on Shaqtin' A Fool tonight. -Denver Nuggets at Dallas Mavericks: Denver was able to eek out a slim win over Dallas a couple of days ago. Can they do it again? -New Orleans Pelicans at San Antonio Spurs: Rising star Anthony Davis takes the court against future Hall-of-Famer Tim Duncan. As always, the Spurs have quietly taken up the top spot in the West. -New York Knicks at Portland Trail Blazers: The Blazers are on fire, winning ten in a row in nearly 6 years. Can they keep the fire going while they face Carmelo and his Knicks? -Jordan23
Portland Trail Blazers @ Milwaukee Bucks . . . . . . . The Blazers make it 8-straight with the 91-82 win over the Bucks. LaMarcus Aldridge with 21 points, seven boards, three assists and two steals and Damian Lillard added 19 points, six boards and three assists. Wesley Matthews added 15 for Portland, who put up 31 shots from beyond the arc. Luke Ridnour with 13 points and five assists for the Bucks, Zaza Pachulia and Gary Neal both with 11 and John Henson with 10 points, seven boards, two assists, two steals and two blocks.
New York, Jan. 7, 2013 – The New York KnicksCarmelo Anthony and the Houston RocketsJames Harden today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Dec. 31 through Sunday, Jan. 6. Anthony, who topped the league in scoring at 36.0 ppg, led New York to a 2-1 week, including a home victory over the San Antonio Spurs. He bookended the week with a pair of 40-point performances against the Portland Trail Blazers on Jan. 1 and the Orlando Magic on Dec. 5. His 45 points against the Blazers tied this season’s single-game high (accomplished three times, twice by Anthony and once by Harden). Harden led the Rockets to the NBA’s lone perfect record on the week at 4-0. He averaged 29.3 points (second in the conference), 3.25 steals (second in the conference) and 5.5 assists as Houston collected home victories over the Atlanta Hawks and New Orleans Hornets, and road victories over the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers. Harden extended his strea ...
We have a total of nine games tonight guys and only one will be nationally televised. NBA TV apparently thinks the game between the Suns and the Blazers is the most interesting game tonight, gotta say I couldn't disagree more. I would rather see the Bulls at Hawks game or the Lakers at Warriors game but that's just me. Anyways, here are the game schedules for tonight: Detroit Pistons at Washington Wizards at 7:00 ET Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks at 7:00 ET Utah Jazz at Miami Heat at 7:30 ET Indiana Pacers at New Orleans Hornets at 8:00 ET Memphis Grizzlies at Houston Rockets at 8:00 ET Cleveland Cavs at Milwaukee Bucks at 8:30 ET Charlotte Bobcats at Denver Nuggets at 9:00 ET Phoenix Suns at Portland Trail Blazers at 10:30 ET (NBA TV) LA Lakers at Golden State Warriors at 10:30 ET
Now it's time for the Portland Trail Blazers, hopefully their young talent of Meyers Leonard and Damien Lilliard can get a strong bond with Hickson and Aldridge that is the key to stopping the LA Lakers tonight. Strong front court and defend the perimeter. Also, this is Terry Stotts first game as a Head Coach since 2007 with the Milwaukee Bucks, but being an Assistant under Rick Carlisle is a huge deal, being there in 2011 when Dallas won the NBA Championship
Ugh heard on NBA TV that the Brooklyn Nets will be featured on the reality show The Association...really??? Why not just showcase the Milwaukee Bucks or the Portland Trail Blazers...
Dallas Mavericks assistant coach Terry Stotts has emerged as a candidate for the Portland Trail Blazers' Head Coaching vacancy, an NBA source confirmed Sunday to Oregonian reported that Stotts, the Mavs' offensive coordinator, interviewed with new Portland general manager Neil Olshey on Tuesday and is likely to get a second interview.Stotts is one of several assistant coaches who have reportedly interviewed or been in contact with the Trail Blazers, including Golden State's Michael Malone, Chicago's Adrian Griffin, Phoenix's Elston Turner, Atlanta's Lester Connor, Indiana's Brian Shaw, Memphis' David Joerger, San Antonio's Mike Budenholzer, former New York assistant Phil Weber and ex-Orlando assistants Patrick Ewing and Steve Clifford.Stotts, 54, has a 114-168 record as a Head Coach, having spent parts of four seasons at the helm of the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks. His best season came in 2005-06, when the Bucks went 40-42 and lost in the first round of the playoffs.
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