With two of the top NBA’s dazzling stars, Lebron & Wade, in the town you had a strong feeling something exciting would happen. However, Brandon Jennings made sure with his performance, especially in the fourth quarter, that Lebron & Wade remember it takes more than a big name to win in the NBA. I give credit to Lebron as arguable the best player in the game today.
Alone he outscored the Bucks (24-23) in the first quarter. By the way that was the second time he has done that against the Bucks (2/20/09). This had the Bradley Center in uproar making shots with his left hand, right hand, and dunks that you often see in the All-Star game.
The Bucks, without Andrew Bogut (ankle injury) and Stephen Jackson (mentally injure) I had that feeling that after a first quarter like LeBron’s, Bucks fans were in for a long night. That’s where I was wrong. They held LeBron to only 16pts the rest of the game. After being down by 18pts Jennings again, showed us what having a “killer attitude” is. The Bradley Center soon came to life. The Bucks as a team had 30 assists on 39 field goals made. Can you say ball movement?This game provided Bucks fans hope, that they will be fine without Bogut if they could only play their remaining games at home. Okay, maybe not realistic. But, with a win against Rose and the Bulls later this week the Bucks would have beaten Kobe, LeBron, Wade, and Rose all in one week. Not too many teams can say they have done that. I stand and applaud the Bucks energy and their will to play hard. With that nightly approach I see no reason why they won’t make the playoffs…okay it’s because I want to see them be successful. Until next time live out your DREAMS with some Determination, put forth Real Effort and given your Abilities, Mean you will have Success.