A simple case can be made that no team in the NBA was impacted more than the Milwaukee Bucks with the season suspension. Possessing the NBA's best record, the Bucks were stripped of home court advantage throughout the postseason as the league moved to Disney World in Florida to pull off an unlikely season resumption. Although the setting for the 2020 playoffs was unfamiliar, the way the Bucks exited was not, as a lack of shot making ability from the perimeter once again brought about their demise.
Milwaukee Bucks guard George Hill said the importance of Wisconsin in the upcoming election caused the Texas resident to fly back here this weekend to assist in a local voting drive. Hill worked alongside about 50 volunteers from the Milwaukee-based organization Common Ground walking through local neighborhoods Saturday to encourage people to vote early.
Each deal focuses on a less-splashy name coming back to the Milwaukee Bucks, and is designed to help bolster the Bucks’ point guard position in ways we may have not considered before. Why the Bucks do it: Milwaukee needs scoring punch in the backcourt, and Dinwiddie offers exactly that. Putting up 20.6 points per game in 2019-20, the 6’5” combo guard has come a long way since entering the league as a second-round pick with Detroit.