After taking an extended leave from the Milwaukee Bucks early in the season, Larry Sanders negotiated a buyout with the team last week. Now, in a video produced by The Players' Tribune, the 26-year-old center sheds some light on why he left the Bucks, and why he has no intention of returning to basketball anytime soon.
Bucks center Larry Sanders, who had been away from the team since Dec. 26 due to "personal reasons" and was reportedly considering quitting basketball altogether, returned to the team last night and watched the Bucks' game against the Suns while sitting on the bench in street clothes. Sanders did speak to the media,…
There is something weird going on with Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders. He hasn't been with the team since December 23, when he was sidelined with the flu, but now the reasons for his absence have gotten a bit murky:
Full-time Milwaukee Bucks forward and part-time bar-fighter Larry Sanders has taken to Instagram to voice his unhappiness with the media's response to his recent night club antics. Going full-on Nation of Islam, he attributes the negativity to the timeless tale of The Man trying to keep the black man down:
Good news for Kevin Durant, he's no longer the only NBA player to have posted a picture of his misspelled tattoo to Instagram. Above is a picture of Milwaukee Bucks forward Larry Sanders's left hand. You'll notice that his tattoo artist did not obey the "I before E except after C" rule.
This happened right off the tip-off of tonight's Bucks-Bobcats game. Larry Sanders won the jump ball cleanly and on his way down, his elbow/forearm makes solid contact with Bill Kennedy's face.
This is just tremendous. Sanders was ejected from the Bucks game against the Wizards after picking up two technical fouls. Before leaving the court, however, Larry handed out a trio of thumbs ups to the officials calling the game.
One of the best things to come out of this year's Sloan Sports Analytics Conference was Kirk Goldsberry's paper on interior defense, in which he details which defenders are the best and worst at lowering opponent field goal percentage on shots at the rim. Surprisingly, the paper pointed to little-known Milwaukee…