Gyro Step Podcast Network: Covering all things Milwaukee Bucks

Gyro Step Podcast Network: Covering all things Milwaukee Bucks

The Gyro Step Podcast Network offers comprehensive Milwaukee Bucks coverage through the Gyro Step and Win In 6, the two Bucks-centric podcasts with different hosts and approaches to Bucks coverage but a shared drive to create great Milwaukee Bucks content as Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, and company strive to climb the mountain once more and add another championship to the Bucks. Hosted by Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti, the Gyro Step focuses on analyzing games, news, and anything else related to the Milwaukee Bucks. Win In 6 is a podcast dedicated to high-level conversation and debate about all things related to the Milwaukee Bucks hosted by Adam McGee and Jordan Treske. Win In 6 is also home to one of the best mailbags in the podcast game.

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May 24, 2022 136 min
In the latest episode of the Win In 6 Podcast, Adam McGee and Jordan Treske reflect on the Bucks' playoff exit, what it all means heading into the offseason, and take all of your mailbag questions. The Gyro Step Podcast Network is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Rohan and Ti  and the Gyro Step itself on Twitter, and send either of them a screenshot of you listening or rating and reviewing ...
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Will the Bucks re-sign both Pat Connaughton and Bobby Portis? The NBA Playoffs are still ongoing, but the Bucks are officially in offseason mode. Milwaukee’s biggest offseason priorities right now are players already on the roster, especially Pat and Bobby, so Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti previewed those two plus the rest of the Bucks heading into free agency, including Wes Matthews, Jevon Carter, and of course Thanasis Antetokounmp...
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The Milwaukee Bucks fought hard for six and a half games against the Boston Celtics without Khris Middleton, but ultimately ran out of gas (and made shots) entirely in the second half of Game 7 as the Celtics trounced them 109-81 and ended Milwaukee's playoff run. Ti Windisch, Rohan Katti, and Adam McGee analyzed what went wrong in Game 7, where fault lies for the series loss after holding a 3-2 lead, the performance of Bucks c...
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Giannis Antetokounmpo gave everything he had and continues to thrive against a tough Boston Celtics defense, but the rest of the Milwaukee Bucks couldn't collectively do enough to get the win at home in Game 6. Ti Windisch, Rohan Katti, and Adam McGee sat down after the disaster ended to discuss what went wrong, why Grayson Allen and George Hill simply can't play as much as they did, who else on the roster needs to step up ...
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Despite trailing as much as 14 in the fourth quarter in Boston, where the Celtics had previously never lost after bringing a 9+ point lead into the frame, the Milwaukee Bucks found a way to steal a second game on the road and take a 3-2 series lead before Game 6 in Milwaukee. Jrue Holiday's two WOW plays in the last 10 seconds sealed the deal, but Giannis Antetokounmpo and company had an all-around excellent fourth quarter ...
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For the second time in the Milwaukee Bucks first two home games in their semifinals series against the Boston Celtics, the Bucks folded in the fourth quarter after building a solid lead earlier in the second half. Unfortunately they really lost the plot in Game 4 and fell to Boston 116-108 after holding onto a wild win the previous game. Giannis Antetokounmpo continues to wear down Celtics defenders and find his scoring burst, but ...
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The Milwaukee Bucks returned home and won an extremely close Game 3 against the Celtics, 103-101. Giannis Antetokounmpo posted his highest-scoring game of the series, while Wesley Matthews showed his defensive prowess and locked down Jayson Tatum. This was a physical contest the entire way, as neither team or fanbase is walking away from this one thinking they got a fair whistle. Ultimately, the Bucks won, and Rohan Katti, Ti Windi...
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With three days off between Games 2 and 3, the hosts of the Gyro Step and Win in 6 podcast opened up the mailbag to address questions from listeners in the GSPN Discord and on Twitter. Topics included obvious ones given the Bucks' 1-1 series with the Boston Celtics, including how Milwaukee can add seasoning offensively and the importance of threes for both teams, and the inane, such as Bango's chances against Lucky the Lepr...
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The Milwaukee Bucks played one of their worst halves in recent memory and ultimately lost Game 2 to the Boston Celtics, 109-86. The game itself was mostly brutal, with Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday shooting Milwaukee out of the game in the first half and the Celtics, especially Jaylen Brown and Grant Williams, on absolute fire throughout the game. Still, Milwaukee hung around with a slim chance to win for most of the secon...
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X-factors on either team could make the difference in Game 2 of the Milwaukee Bucks series against the Boston Celtics, so the Gyro Step Podcast Network warmly welcomed justinsuperbuck in for a draft of the most important players -- and entities -- on both sides of the match-up. From Giannis Antetokounmpo to Payton Pritchard, there were some obvious and some interesting picks to say the least. Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti of the Gyro...
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Despite entering the series as underdogs the Milwaukee Bucks overwhelmed the Boston Celtics with size and physicality on their way to a 1-0 series lead on Sunday. Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti of the Gyro Step and Adam McGee of the Win in 6 podcast sat down after the enjoyable 101-89 win to discuss why the consensus was so low on Milwaukee going in, Giannis Antetokounmpo shining despite not shooting as well as usual from the field, t...
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In the latest episode of the Win In 6 Podcast, Adam McGee and Jordan Treske react to the lates Khris Middleton injury update, and run the rule over the Bucks' Eastern Conference Semi-Final series matchup against the Boston Celtics. The Gyro Step Podcast Network is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Rohan and Ti  and the Gyro Step itself on Twitter, and send either of them a screenshot of you ...
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The Milwaukee Bucks handled their business for the third straight game to end their first round series with the Chicago Bulls with a 5-game victory, and honestly the game itself was business-esque in that there wasn't too much excitement or drama. Thus, Ti Windisch, Rohan Katti, and Adam McGee chatted about it and the series before moving onto the real topic at hand: the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee's next opponent this postse...
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The Milwaukee Bucks are fully in control of their first round series with the Chicago Bulls after trouncing them in the United Center in Games 3 and 4. Grayson Allen continues to haunt Chicago, but this time Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday got in on the fun offensively as well. The Bulls tried to make a few runs in the second half, but Giannis and company were ready to extend Milwaukee's lead whenever it seemed like the ...
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The Milwaukee Bucks desperately needed to get back on track heading into Chicago for Game 3 against the Bulls, and they did just that by thrashing Chicago in a blowout victory. Bobby Portis (once again a Bucks starter!) and Grayson Allen stepped up big time to fill the scoring void left by Khris Middleton's absence, and the team as a unit defended at an incredibly high level, holding the Bulls to under 60 points through the fir...
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There was enough reason to be pessimistic about the Milwaukee Bucks even before losing Khris Middleton to an injury, as they couldn't string together consistent high-level basketball yet again, but injury was literally added to insult as Middleton left the game with what was revealed to be an MCL sprain after Milwaukee's 114-110 loss to Chicago in Fiserv Forum on Wednesday night. The entire GSPN crew got together after the ...
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The playoffs are here! The Milwaukee Bucks take game 1 against the Chicago Bulls, though it was not the rout that it was widely predicted it would be. Rohan Katti of the Gyro Step and Jordan Treske of Win in 6 go through what went right and wrong for the Bucks, what went right and wrong for the Bulls, and what to expect going forward in this series. Included in the discussion is the dominance of Giannis, Khris and Jrue struggling t...
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In the latest episode of the Win In 6 Podcast, Adam McGee and Jordan Treske are joined by GSPN pal and Gyro Step co-host Rohan Katti to talk all things Bucks-Bulls, to look ahead to the playoffs more generally for the Bucks, and to launch the GSPN merch store! The Gyro Step Podcast Network is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Rohan and Ti  and the Gyro Step itself on Twitter, and send either of ...
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We're just days away from the Milwaukee Bucks kicking off their NBA playoff title defense run against the Chicago Bulls, so Ti Windisch of the Gyro Step connected with Jason Patt and Ricky O'Donnell of the Cash Considerations podcast to get both teams' perspectives on the series. They discussed a litany of Bucks v Bulls topics including how Chicago can manage to defend Giannis Antetokounmpo, the importance of the center...
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The Milwaukee Bucks will begin their 2022 NBA Playoff run against the Chicago Bulls, but before previewing that series Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti decided to get a better idea of the teams they actually think could pose a threat to Milwaukee and win the East. Ti and Rohan split up interview duties and dove into potential Bucks playoff previews on the Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, and Miami Heat with friends of ...
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