Denver is definitely the better of the two teams but tonight this was a brutal collapse and in a game where you get 35 points from Samuel Dalembert off of the bench you would think that the team would win. The guards were terrible 2nite. Lawson, Iguodala and Brewer did an outstanding job defensively but Jennings TO's and missed layups combined with Ellis overall horrendous shooting/shot selection were what lost this game. Cherry on top Larry takes a really nasty fall and hurts his back, hopefully he is okay. Anyone think of a worse loss this year? Please share your thoughts
Worst Loss of the Season?
Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:37 AM
they are 21-3 at home playing in the very tough western conference, they are good no doubt but they are far from an elite team and do not have any all star type players, playing in denver is such a stupid advantage, you think the bucks are the first team to gas out in the 4th in denver? you are over thinking this loss.
Posted 06 February 2013 - 08:30 AM
Sammy having the time of his life was so much fun to be a part of.
Bucks looked great in the first half and we all hoped that they built enough of a lead to get the win. Then to watch the Bucks get picked apart, point by point, foul by foul and most frustrating careless turnovers. They needed Ersan and Dunleavy to get hot and that never happened. Larry hitting the floor was enough to take everyone's breath away.
Another game of two halves. Stunning.
Posted 08 February 2013 - 01:41 AM
It's a tough loss, but the worst loss of the season? Nah. Denver is a very, VERY good team, as they demonstrated against Chicago tonight and by their record since the start of 2013 (15-3). And they're an especially dangerous team at home.
The fact that we were able to lead by so much at any point is a small victory in itself.
The worst loss so far this season... probably the ass-kicking we got in New Orleans earlier this year. That was just embarrassing.
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