Week In Review: Milwaukee Bucks enter 2015 on good note

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Dec 29, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; The Milwaukee Bucks take to the arena before the game against the Charlotte Hornets at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

The Milwaukee Bucks entered the month of December with a bit of uncertainty surrounding them.  That uncertainty stemmed mostly from the media and fans, wondering if Milwaukee’s early success would transition into a more difficult month.

Despite Milwaukee ending December under .500 at a mark of 7-8, it was a better record than most people (myself included) anticipated.

December included wins against the Heat, Clippers, and Hawks and in my opinion will be considered the second toughest month for Milwaukee this year.  The only month that I feel is more difficult than December will be the month of March.  Take a look below a judge for yourselves.

This past week consisted of two games in December, and two games in the new year.

Although last week I said I wouldn’t do this, I’m going to say it anyway; all four games this week were very winnable for Milwaukee.

I’m not sure if Jason Kidd has been spoiling me with this 18-17 record going into 2015, or I just have high expectations for this team, but games against Charlotte, Cleveland without LeBron James and Kevin Love, Indiana and the New York Knicks are all winnable games for this team.

Milwaukee ended up going 3-1 this past week, only dropping a stinker of a game at home Friday night against the Pacers.

If the Bucks can play more consistent basketball against teams they can/should beat, then we’ll be watching Milwaukee play meaningful basketball past April 15.

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