This photo isn’t of my herd... this is someone else’s herd at a ranch in Texas (my guy sent it to me because he knew it would make me smile). Aren’t they so cute? I don’t have my #herd yet but I can’t wait to meet them... I think about them and get tears in my eyes. What do they look like? What will they be like? I’m like a mom waiting for her baby to be born 🤣 I have my boy Rockefeller, yes. But I want a herd - at least five🐴🐴🐴🐴🐴 A few of my future horses already have names waiting for them - very special names - and I will know them when I see them. Like Rock, they will most likely choose me. I want the ones no one else wants. I want to pull them right out of the clutches of the grim reaper, pull at least one out of that damned BLM holding pen, save them right off that wretched slaughter wagon bound for Mexico. I want to give them a second chance to be what they are meant to be. And, in turn, they will help those I work with at UNBRANDED also get a second chance to be who they are meant to be. Humans and horses helping each other. That’s the beauty of #lifecoachingwithhorses. The future is bright and I can’t wait to meet my horse babies 💜🐴🙌🏻🌟#horsemom#supporthorserrescue#liveunbranded#unbrandedcoaching#ilovehorses#horsesaremagic#lovemyherd
Some sad news this morning, as late last night the Bucks released Gary Payton II off of his two-way deal. Something had to happen with GPII, as he was nearing the 45-day limit with the NBA squad. While this could still mean the Bucks sign him to an assignee deal with the Herd like JeQuan Lewis, Payton II has showed his capabilities and should be getting an NBA opportunity. Gary made multiple spot starts for the Bucks in the past month for the various injuries the Bucks have suffered, and he has played relatively well, never posting a negative +/-. His final stats for the Herd assuming he’s played his last game for the Herd is as follows: 18.3 PPG, 2.3 APG, 7 RPG, .3 BPG, and 2.7 SPG. If Gary is not resigned to the Herd, everyone at the Wisconsin Herd Page wish him the best of luck with the rest of his young career, and he will always be remembered as one of the first stars for the Herd. Thank you @garydwayne you will be missed!
To take his spot, the Herd have picked up former Nets, Pelicans, and T-Wolves guard Sean Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick is a classic example of a player working on his craft in the then D-League and working his way up to an NBA opportunity. In his first full NBA season with the Nets last year, the former Cincinnati Bearcat started 24 games while averaging 13.1 PPG, 4 RPG, and 2.7 APG, doing this all in just 25 MPG. The addition of D’Angelo Russell and Nik Stauskas dramatically reduced Sean’s minutes he was released by the team after the Jahlil Okafor trade. Kilpatrick has some experience in he Bucks organization, as he was on Milwaukee’s summer league squad in 2015. Welcome to Oshkosh and Milwaukee @seankilpatrick !