Andrew Bogut Googling for Victories
Center Andrew Bogut had a plan to figure out how to get the Milwaukee Bucks back on track after they suffered a 114-69 loss the Detroit Pistons Monday afternoon at the Palace of Auburn Hills, the third-worst loss in Bucks franchise history. “I’m going to Google when I get back home and figure something out because it’s getting ridiculous,” he said.
But what did he plan to type into the subject field in his attempt to find some answers?“I don’t know,” said Bogut. “Maybe, ‘Win’ or Learning How to Win’.”
The only two times that the Bucks have lost by more points were on Jan. 27, 1990, when they lost at Utah, 144-96; and on Feb. 20, 1995, when they lost at home to Orlando, 152-104.
The game against Utah came just after Jazz forward Karl Malone had been snubbed in the fan balloting for all-star starters. Malone went off for 61 points that night which still stands as the highest-scoring game of all-time by an opponent against the Bucks…(Click here for more from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.)