The Milwaukee Bucks At 6-22 Are The Worst Team In The NBA

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

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One of the embarrassed Bucks players talking on the phone to his wife.

MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Bucks have the unwanted distinction of being the worst team in the National Basketball Association.

They are now at 6-22, after being edged out by the Charlotte Bobcats 111-110.

Coach Larry Drew was asked after the game if he had seen any bright spots at all.

He said that he did when he looked up towards the Time Warner Cable Arena roof after seeing the Bobcats take the ball away from his Bucks.

Coach Drew said that the way his team has been playing lately they would probably have a hard time defeating a Wisconsin Junior College basketball team.

Bucks player Giannis Antetokounmpo, who has one of the hardest names to pronounce, said that he is sick and tired of losing and that if he wanted to lose he would have effen stayed in Greece.

Another Bucks player with an equally hard name to pronounce Miroslav Raduljica commented that when he's not on the court and is sitting on the bench he finds himself dozing off due to a lack of friggin interest.

Coach Drew has told his team that they better start playing better and start winning some games otherwise he is going to instruct the custodian at The BMO Harris Bradley Center to remove all of the towels in the shower area.

He said that if that doesn't work next he will have the custodian remove all of the urinals and toilets.

SIDENOTE: Coach Drew said that some of the Milwaukee fans have suggested that the team name be changed from the Bucks to the Yucks.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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