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|11/01/2014||Mason Plumlee, C BKN|
Alec Burks, PG UTA
|Michael Carter-Williams, PG MIL|
|10/31/2014||Michael Carter-Williams, PG MIL||Kyrie Irving, PG CLE|
|10/30/2014||Kawhi Leonard, SF SA|
DeMar DeRozan, SG TOR
Michael Carter-Williams, PG MIL
|Ty Lawson, PG DEN|
Kevin Durant, SF OKC
Nerlens Noel, C PHI
|Last 10 Games|
Michael Carter-Williams suffered chipped tooth in Bucks' loss
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(5/1/15) The Bucks suffered a lopsided, season-ending loss to Chicago on Thursday night. Adding injury to insult, Michael Carter-Williams suffered a chipped tooth in the game.
Carter-Williams said his tooth was damaged when he took a shot to the face from the Bulls' Mike Dunleavy.
Bucks G Michael Carter-Williams not concerned with ankle injury
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(4/30/15) Despite suffering a sprained right ankle in Game 5 on Monday, Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams does not anticipate the injury impacting his play, reports The Journal Sentinel.
"It feels a little bit tight; nothing too serious. I'll be good to go," he said.
Carter-Williams finished the Game 5 win with 22 points, nine assists and eight rebounds and he said he needs to keep attacking.
"I'm sure they're going to adjust," Carter-Williams said. "I just have to keep being aggressive. If I see a crowd in the paint, then I've got to make them pay with kicking it out to my teammates and having the confidence in them to knock down some big shots."
Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams flirts with triple-double in win
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(4/27/15) Bucks point guard Michael Carter-Williams scored 22 points on 10 of 15 shooting from the field in Milwaukee's 94-88 win over the Bucks to force a Game 6 in their opening round playoff matchup.
Carter-Williams, who had a bit of an injury scare when he appeared to roll his ankle, came back into the game and finished with nine assists and eight rebounds in the contest. It was his third game in the series scoring in double figures and first in his playoff career scoring over 20.
Bucks' Michael Carter-Williams leaves with ankle injury, able to return
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(4/27/15) Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams was forced to leave Monday's game against the Bulls with an apparent ankle injury. Carter-Williams suffered a sprained right ankle and is available to return.
He landed awkwardly on Bulls forward Pau Gasol's foot and twisted his ankle.
Bucks G Michael Carter-Williams vows to be more aggressive
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(4/20/15) The Bucks face a critical Game 2 in their first-round playoff series against the Bulls on Monday, and after suffering through some playoff jitters in Game 1, guard Michael Carter-Williams vows he and the team will be more aggressive, per NBA.com.
Williams was a meager 4-of-13 from the floor with only four free-throw attempts in Game 1, and the Bucks will need him to play much better in order to have a shot
"I'm looking to be more aggressive to the basket, getting into the lane and finding the open guy," he said. "We've got to look to move the ball better. That starts with me. Just be unselfish."
|Philadelphia was pretty much a perfect landing spot for Michael Carter-Williams, as he took home Rookie of the Year honors while racking up huge numbers while being given free rein to run the offense. He led all rookies in scoring (16.7 points per game), rebounding (6.2 per game), and assists (6.3 per game), while appearing in 70 games and averaging 34.5 minutes per game. The 76ers added little in the way of competition for Carter-Williams' minutes, so he should once again be allowed to roam wild in the team's wide-open, fast-paced offense, making him a solid Fantasy option yet again. Carter-Williams finished 17th among guards in Fantasy scoring last season, and can be safely considered a solid No. 2 option, worth targeting after the first few rounds are done on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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