In which Jared fails to correctly discern days of the week.
Season one: Larry Sanders bad. Season two: Larry Sanders bad. Season three: LARRY SANDERS GOOD! Season four: ... Larry Sanders bad?
Last night was an awesome one across the Association, and we have lots to talk about, but we have to start with the return of Greg Oden. After over four years, Oden suited up for a regular season game
It's been a rough year for larry sanders¡ and the Milwaukee Bucks this year, and tonight it got even worse.
After hanging with the Thunder for the first half, the Bucks faded in the 3rd quarter and ended
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When teams struggle, its players can become frustrated. That is exactly what has happened in Milwaukee. The Bucks are 7-27, owners of the league’s worst record. They have lost three consecutive games and are 21 games back of first place in the Central Division.
On Saturday night, after their 116-100 loss to the Phoenix Suns, teammates Gary Neal and Larry Sanders engaged in a back-and-forth that was overheard by reporters.
While Neal is a reserve who signed a two-year contract in the offseason that pays him $3.25 million annually, the Bucks signed Sanders to a four-year, $44 million contract extension last summer, making him the highest paid player on the team. The 25-year-old, however, has played in just eight games this season after suffering an injury at a bar fight on November 3, something Neal brought up when he said:
“I earned my money. Why don’t you try it?” said Neal to Sanders.
Milwaukee has admitted that the relationship with the guard has not worked out as originally planned, and are now actively shopping Neal. According to reports, the Bucks “will do everything they can” to ship Neal off by the February 20 trade deadline.
Neal, 29, is averaging a career-best 10.4 points while grabbing 1.8 rebounds and dishing out 1.6 assists in over 20 minutes per game.
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Trade information via Marc Stein of ESPN
Kevin Durant was at it again last night, dropping 48 points, grabbing 7 rebounds and handing out 7 assists. Oh, and by the way, he hit the game winner as well with a step back jumper in the closing seconds.
[caption id="attachment_7038" align="alignright" width="300"] Nov 2, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders (8) during the game against the Toronto Raptors at BMO Harris Bradley
It's never too early to start working on your game, especially when your dad is in the NBA. And by the looks of this awesome Instagram video, Larry Sanders LARRY SANDERS! son is doing just that.
LARRY SANDERS! has gained a deserved reputation as one of the best interior defenders in the league this year. Unfortunately, he's also gained a reputation for arguing with referees.
Just a short time