It's the same old story for the Milwaukee Bucks . They seem show at least a little enthusiasm when they play their home games, but when they hit the road, it's an automatic loss.
The Bucks were hammered 125-105 in Denver last night and that score is much closer than the game really was. The Nuggets led by 30 at the half and as much as 39 in the second half before George Karl emptied his bench.
The Bucks show most of their games on television. But why would anybody with a pulse waste their time watching. Not only is the result predictable, these guys don't even go down fighting.
Break up this group. Fire GM Larry Harris. Clean house and start over. If you don't, who would possibly want to spend their money by going down to the Bradley Center to watch a game.
They show glimpses of fire, usually at home. It quickly disappears in succeeding games and rarely is their ever back to back good performances put together. The only kind of streak the Bucks know of late is a losing streak. What a sad state.