Week In Review: Milwaukee Bucks Ride Roller Coaster Of Emotion

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Nov 22, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd talks with guard Brandon Knight (11) during the fourth quarter against the Washington Wizards at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Washington won 111-100. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Picture yourself in this scenario.

Tuesday you go out and buy a lottery ticket and you’re feeling pretty good about it.

Wednesday night is the drawing, and you find out you won the lottery!

Friday you notice you lost your winning ticket.

And then on Saturday you realize you were paying attention to the Powerball drawing, when in fact you bought a Supercash ticket, leaving you right where you were at Tuesday.

This is how you could summarize the week for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Tuesday night Milwaukee picked up a nice win at home against the Knicks 117-113.

Wednesday night the Bucks won what could arguably have been one of the most exciting games Milwaukee fans have seen the past few years.  They went in to Brooklyn, where Kidd coached last year, and pulled off a triple-overtime thriller against the Nets 122-118.

Friday night Milwaukee went into Toronto to play the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors and seemed to have put their shoes on the wrong feet, losing 124-82.

Saturday night Milwaukee lost a game they should have won at home against the Wizards, losing 111-100, and ending the week 2-2.

I hope my body can handle living through this week again, but lets take a closer look at what was a crazy week in Bucks basketball.

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