Bucks Looking for Consistency

By | 2017-11-26T22:47:28+00:00 11.27.17|News|

It’s been a rollercoaster of a season for Jason Kidd and the Milwaukee Bucks.

Milwaukee has gone through dramatic winning and losing streaks, and after the latest—the team is 1-3 in its past four games—the Bucks find themselves with a 9-9 record, 10th in the East.

On a positive note, Milwaukee is only three games out of 2nd, and with more than 60 games left to play, there’s a long way to go in the season.

BURIED IN UTAH

When a team is shooting with insane accuracy from the three-point line, winning can be difficult. That pretty much summed up Milwaukee’s most recent defeat, a 108-121 road loss to Utah in which the Jazz hit an astonishing 18 treys from distance.

The highlights:

After the game, Coach Kidd talked about where his team needed to improve.

Effort, energy and caring. Sprinkle in a little trying. We didn’t do that tonight. We tried hard on the offensive end but we didn’t do anything on the defensive end.

Here’s the full post game interview.

A NEW ADDITION

Coach Kidd actually missed Milwaukee’s 99-98 loss to Washington for a rather extenuating circumstance.