Charles F. Gardner, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Charles F. Gardner

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Past articles by Charles:

2016-'17 Bucks player grades

Giannis Antetokonmpo vaulted into another orbit with his performance during the 2016-’17 season and earned a grade of A-minus. → Read More

5 shining moments for Bucks in 2016-'17 season

Here are five memorable moments in the 2016-'17 Bucks season. → Read More

Bucks season in review: Reason for optimism

The Bucks went 20-10 over their final 30 games to save their season and provide a good base for the future. → Read More

2016-'17 Bucks team grades

It wasn’t a breakthrough season for the franchise; it wasn’t a step back, either. Real progress was made and must continue. → Read More

Bucks aiming to make Game 6 nightmares a thing of the past

Game 6 has to get better for the Milwaukee Bucks if they are to keep hopes alive of winning a playoff series for the first time since 2001. → Read More

Bucks 109, Pistons 88

The Milwaukee Bucks put an emphatic end to a three-game losing streak with a 109-88 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. → Read More

Jabari Parker diagnosed with sprained foot, not on trip

Bucks forward Jabari Parker was diagnosed with a sprain of the right mid-foot on Monday, an injury that will keep him out of the three games on Milwaukee's week-long road trip. → Read More

Bucks 91, 76ers 87

Jabari Parker returned for the first time since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee last December. The 6-foot-8 forward had two points and four rebounds in 16 minutes. → Read More

Raptors 106, Bucks 87

The misery continued Sunday as the Toronto Raptors used a three-point barrage in the fourth quarter to secure a 106-87 victory. “Nobody said this was going to be easy,” said Bucks guard Greivis Vasquez. → Read More

Bucks' John Henson says he was racially profiled in Whitefish Bay

Henson detailed on Instagram how he was denied access to Schwanke-Kasten Jewelers at 417 E. Silver Spring Drive when he went to buy a Rolex watch. → Read More

Jabari Parker to sit out preseason opener against Bulls

The 20-year-old forward said after practice Monday that he will not play in the Bucks' preseason opener in Chicago in part because he wants to make his debut back from knee surgery in Milwaukee. → Read More

Bucks extend GM John Hammond's contract

The Milwaukee Bucks have extended the contract of general manager John Hammond for one year, through the 2016-’17 season. Hammond and coach Jason Kidd now each have two years remaining on their deals. → Read More

Bucks will open season at home vs. Knicks

The Bucks have not started a season with a home game since Oct. 27, 1984, when they met the Chicago Bulls at the Milwaukee Arena. → Read More

Bucks to announce training camp, preseason game in Madison

The plans to be announced at a news conference are part of the team’s efforts to emphasize its statewide presence amid efforts to finalize plans for a new Milwaukee arena. → Read More

Bucks signing Greg Monroe to 3-year, $50 million deal

The Milwaukee Bucks have landed the big man they targeted in free agency and will sign him to a three-year, $50 million deal. → Read More

Bucks acquire Greivis Vasquez in trade with Raptors

Toronto veteran guard Greivis Vasquez was acquired by the Bucks in a draft-night trade, according to a league source. → Read More

Bucks unveil new court design

Milwaukee’s new primary logo, the 12-point buck, is the center of the new floor. The MECCA Ms that returned to the Bucks floor in the 2013 redesign are represented, and the new floor includes a blue border. → Read More

Hammond has history of draft-day trades

Draft-day trades are familiar territory for Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Hammond. So keep a close eye on what the Bucks do with the 17th overall pick in Thursday’s NBA draft. → Read More

U.S. soccer team shooting for respect, redemption in Women's World Cup

The American women have not won a World Cup title since that sweltering July day in 1999 when they prevailed in penalty kicks over China at the Rose Bowl. → Read More

NBA Commissioner Silver 'fairly confident' Bucks arena deal will get done

On the day when Gov. Scott Walker announced a deal to finance a new downtown arena for the Bucks, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver offered his support in comments made before Game 1 of the NBA Finals in Oakland on Thursday night. → Read More