Malcolm Brogdon disappointed with Bucks season

Giannis sheds a positive light on year

Bucks point guard Macolm Brogdon is disappointed with how the Bucks season ended.

"I don't think we performed as well as we could of," Brogdon said in his Bucks exit interview. "I don't think we went as far as we could of. The results speak for themselves."

Bucks' fans were on the same page as Brogdon.

"Consistently blowing big leads, firing your coach, and getting ousted by any undermanned team in the first round is considered great?" Mike Holtz said on Facebook.

Michael Hall agreed. "Great? Not reaching a team stated goal of a series win is great?"

Though some fans did see a few positive takeaways.

"I call this Bucks season a success for all that happened," Andrew Michael Rohan said. "We lost our ROY point guard, we lost our “coach”, we didn’t have Jabari more than half the year."

Carol Snow enjoyed the season and is excited for next year. "It was fun - wish it could have lasted longer - but watch our for the BUCKS in their new HOME next season."

While Paul Clements was willing to admit the season was "good but not great."

But Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo was singing a different tune altogether.

"Overall I think the season was a good season, we got better as a team," Antetokounmpo said in his Bucks exit interview.

The fans in the Twitter comments weren't too happy.

"It was the same failure," @Big4Fin5 said. "17 years straight."

Pablo Calzada simply said, "Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa."

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