What The Buck Is Up Report! Milwaukee Bucks Week Seven Report

Celebrating Giannis B-Day and Milwaukee Bucks wins.

Live the home of the reigning and defending NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks, it’s the What The Buck Is Up Report! Each week I will be sharing my thoughts about anything and everything Milwaukee Bucks related as they look to defend their world championship status.

Results and Random Thoughts

Bucks: 112 Cavaliers: 104 (16-9) 

Birthday boy Giannis Antetokounmpo returned to the Bucks after sitting out the last two games and had a memorable showing. On the day of his 27th birthday, Giannis scored exactly 27 points in exactly 27 minutes. Then, he likely dunked some Oreos in milk and enjoyed a smoothie with his family. It makes me happy to think about.

Bucks: 104 Heat: 113 (16-10) 

The Heat once again proved their status as one of the Bucks biggest rivals, as they battled back to secure a short-handed win over the defending champs. Giannis struggled against the always solid Heat defense, going 4-12 from the field and scoring just 15 points. Jrue Holiday was solid for the Bucks as he continues to find his groove scoring a team-high 27 points.

Bucks: 123 Rockets: 114 (17-10) 

Houston came in on a league-best seven game win streak, but Giannis exploded with a 41 point performance to get the Bucks back in the winning column, and the Rockets back into the losing column. Middleton and Portis added 21 points each to secure a victory.

-Giannis set the Bucks all-time record with his rejection of Alperen Sengun for the 805 denial of his career. Remember when Giannis rejected DeAndre Ayton and the Milwaukee Bucks won the championship. Good times.

Bucks: 112 Knicks: 97 (18-10) 

After an embarrassing loss to the Knicks in Madison Square Garden earlier this year, Milwaukee came out on a victory mission. Seven Bucks players were able to score in the double digits for a convincing win. Rodney Hood showed off his sharp-shooting ability with a perfect 5-5 off the bench with two treys and three assists.

-Milwaukee’s Wes Matthews and New York’s Obi Toppin and RJ Barrett we’re place on the reserve COVID-19 list and missed the contest.

-Giannis was able to do just enough to secure his first triple-double of the season with a casual 20 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. Antetokounmpo was able to do so in just 32 minutes.

-Bobby Portis had another solid game in a starting role, putting together a double-double along with three steals. Portis has shown an increased defensive presence as the second big man alongside Antetokounmpo.

Bucks Twitter Plays of the Week

Bucks Stat-line Of The Week

While Birthday Boy Giannis put up a very cosmic numerical line against the Cavs, the Greek Freak has once again been named Bestest Buck for his 41 POINTS, 17 REBOUNDS, 5 ASSISTS, 3 STEALS, and 2 BLOCKS on 15-20 shooting is a contender for Stat-Line Of The Year.

Bucks Week Record: 3-1

Bucks Season Record: 18-10

Bucks Next Opponents: @Celtics, Pacers, @Pelicans, Cavaliers

Written by Joel Kananen

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