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Past 10 meetings

W 60% (6) L 40% (4)
  • Bucks @ Celtics 81-109 L
  • Celtics @ Bucks 108-95 L
  • Bucks @ Celtics 110-107 W
  • Celtics @ Bucks 116-108 L
  • Celtics @ Bucks 101-103 W
  • Bucks @ Celtics 86-109 L
  • Bucks @ Celtics 101-89 W
  • Bulls @ Bucks 100-116 W
  • Bucks @ Bulls 119-95 W
  • Bucks @ Bulls 111-81 W

Milwaukee Bucks DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2022-2023 24 Round 1 MarJon Beauchamp G G League Ignite
2021-2022 1 Round 2 Isaiah Todd PF G League Ignite
2020-2021 24 Round 1 RJ Hampton PG New Zealand Breakers
2020-2021 15 Round 2 Jordan Nwora SF Louisville
2019-2020 30 Round 1 Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC
2018-2019 17 Round 1 Donte DiVincenzo SG Villanova
2017-2018 17 Round 1 D.J. Wilson PF Michigan
2017-2018 18 Round 2 Sindarius Thornwell SG South Carolina
2016-2017 10 Round 1 Thon Maker PF Athlete Institute (Canada)
2016-2017 6 Round 2 Malcolm Brogdon SG Virginia
2016-2017 8 Round 2 Patrick McCaw SG UNLV
2015-2016 17 Round 1 Rashad Vaughn SG UNLV
2015-2016 16 Round 2 Norman Powell SG UCLA
2014-2015 2 Round 1 Jabari Parker SF Duke
2014-2015 1 Round 2 Damien Inglis SF Roanne (France)
2014-2015 18 Round 2 Lamar Patterson SG Pittsburgh
2013-2014 15 Round 1 Giannis Antetokounmpo F Filathlitikos AO (Greece)
2013-2014 13 Round 2 Ricky Ledo SG Providence
2012-2013 14 1 John Henson F North Carolina
2012-2013 12 2 Doron Lamb G Kentucky
2011-2012 10 1 Jimmer Fredette G Brigham Young
2011-2012 10 2 Jon Leuer F Wisconsin
2010-2011 15 1 Larry Sanders F VCU
2010-2011 7 2 Darington Hobson G New Mexico
2010-2011 14 2 Jerome Jordan C Tulsa
2010-2011 17 2 Tiny Gallon F Oklahoma
2009-2010 10 1 Brandon Jennings PG Lottomatica Roma
2009-2010 11 2 Jodie Meeks G Kentucky

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How is the Milwaukee Bucks' History?

The Milwaukee Bucks are a professional basketball team from the United States that hail from the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) Eastern Conference (NBA).

 

The Bucks have won two championships of their league (1971 and 2021), three championships of their conference (1971 and 1974 for the Western Conference, and 2021 for the Eastern Conference), and 17 division championships (1971–1974, 1976, 1980–1986, 2001, 2019–2022). The Bucks have a rich history and have produced several illustrious players, including: 

 

  • Jrue Holiday
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • Glenn Robinson
  • Oscar Robertson
  • Bob Lanier
  • Sidney Moncrief
  • Terry Cummings
  • Khris Middleton
  • Bob Dandridge
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo
  • Ray Allen
  • Michael Redd

 

The Milwaukee Bucks have seen five MVP trophies go to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Giannis Antetokounmpo, who have each won the NBA's Most Valuable Player award while playing for Milwaukee. They are the only players in the franchise's history to have ever won the Finals MVP award. The Bucks are the only team in NBA history to have triumphed in both the Eastern and Western conferences to claim the title of conference champion.

How Were the Milwaukee Bucks Founded?

The Milwaukee Bucks were founded in 1968.

 

The Bucks were formerly owned by former US Senator Herb Kohl, who bought the team. They have called Fiserv Forum home since its inception as an expansion franchise back in 1968.

 

The Milwaukee Bucks were given their title on May 22, 1968, marking the official beginning of the city of Milwaukee's second professional basketball franchise. A total of over 14,000 fans took part in the competition to determine the name of the team. 

 

According to the documents, R.D. Trebilcox, who resides in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, was one of the 45 individuals who proposed the name "Bucks." He thought of bucks (male deer) as being courageous, capable of high jumps, quick, and nimble. Mr. Trebilcox is a local legend for helping Milwaukee secure their first professional basketball team and then putting them on the map with their now-famous nickname, "The Bucks." In appreciation for his efforts, the team's ownership rewarded him with a new automobile.

 

The ownership of the NBA franchise was changed on April 16, 2014, when Senator Herb Kohl sold the team to a new group led by businessmen Marc Lasry and Wes Edens. This event signaled the beginning of a new era for the franchise. Jamie Dinan and Mike Fascitelli, along with an incredible range of Milwaukee community leaders, bought in as majority owners shortly after that. This was done to provide the team and city with a new energy driven by the potential of a next-generation team that would stay true to the soul of Milwaukee.

 

The ownership group moved quickly to investigate the possibility of bringing a new arena of world-class caliber to Milwaukee. The plan was to not only construct an arena but also develop a 30-acre district in an otherwise vacant part of the downtown area in order to reimagine the ways in which people live, work, and play in a city. 

 

A new sports and entertainment venue that would become the new home of the Bucks while also bringing world-class entertainment to Milwaukee was the foundation of this concept. In June of 2016, the official ground-breaking ceremony took place for the new arena, which was subsequently named Fiserv Forum.

 

Almost immediately after the groundbreaking ceremony for the new arena, construction began on a brand-new, state-of-the-art practice facility for the team directly across the street from the site of the new arena. Since the official opening of the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Sports Science Center in August of 2017, the team has had access to a first-rate training facility at which they can get ready for games.

 

The opening of the Fiserv Forum in August of 2018 marked the largest completion milestone of the 30-acre district to this point. It also marked the beginning of a new era of sports and entertainment in Milwaukee and the state of Wisconsin.

How is the Milwaukee Bucks' Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Era?

 

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr.) was offered $1 million by the Harlem Globetrotters to play for them, but he turned down the offer. Instead, he was selected first overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1969 NBA draft. At the time, the Bucks were playing in only their second season of existence. The Milwaukee Bucks came out on top in a coin flip against the Phoenix Suns to determine who would get the first selection. In addition, the New York Nets selected him with the first overall pick in the American Basketball Association draft that year (1969).

 

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who began his career under the name Lew Alcindor and went on to become one of the greatest centers of all time, started his career in Milwaukee, where he immediately established himself as the dominant player.

 

The numbers tell a different story, despite the fact that his later success with the Lakers casts a shadow on his days with the Bucks because of what he accomplished later in his career with the Lakers.

 

Kareem was an unstoppable force thanks to his averages of 30.4 points and 15.3 rebounds per game. He was a nightmare for defenders and nearly impossible to stop because of his height (7'2"), lethal footwork, and soft touch, as well as his signature skyhook.

 

In addition to this, he captained the team to its one and only championship in 1971, further solidifying his position as the greatest player in the Milwaukee Bucks' illustrious history.

 

The table shows the career summary of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

1560

PTS

24.6

TRB

11.2

AST

3.6

FG %

55.9

FG 3%

5.6

FT %

72.1

eFG %

55.9

PER

24.6

WS

273.4



How is the Milwaukee Bucks Sidney Moncrief Era?

Sidney Moncrief is tied for the second-longest tenure in a Bucks uniform, and from 1982 until 1986, he was widely considered to be one of the very best players in the NBA.

 

When Moncrief was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks with the fifth overall pick in the 1979 NBA Draft, he began his career in the National Basketball Association. Moncrief finished his first season with a win over the Utah Jazz by scoring 13 points, grabbing 7 rebounds, and dishing out 7 assists in the game that was the final contest of his rookie year. 

 

While playing for the Bucks in the NBA during the 1980-1981 season, Moncrief contributed to the team's 60-22 record, which was the third best in the league, and averaged 14 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per game.

 

Although his overall numbers are certainly nothing to scoff at, the fact that he suffered through a few injury-plagued seasons later in his career diminished what those numbers could have been had he been healthy throughout his entire career.

 

During that time in his career, Moncrief had a field goal percentage of 50.3% and averaged 21.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4.7 assists, and 1.5 steals per game. He also shot an impressive 50.3 percent from the free throw line.

 

In addition to his statistical contributions, Moncrief brought an incalculable amount of value to the team.

 

During the same time period, he was the engine that propelled the team to a record of 272-138 and three trips to the Eastern Conference Finals.

 

Moncrief was recognized as the most tenacious defender in the NBA in both 1983 and 1984. In addition to being a reliable offensive weapon, Moncrief won the award for NBA Defensive Player of the Year in both of those years.

 

Moncrief is widely underappreciated and has not yet been inducted into the Hall of Fame, despite the fact that Bucks fans are aware of and appreciative of what he contributed to the Bucks organization during his time spent in Milwaukee.

 

The table shows the career summary of Sidney Moncrief as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

767

PTS

15.6

TRB

4.7

AST

3.6

FG %

50.2

FG 3%

28.4

FT %

83.1

eFG %

50.9

PER

18.7

WS

90.3

 

How is the Milwaukee Bucks’ Marques Johnson Era?

The Milwaukee Bucks, who were coached at the time by Don Nelson, made Marques Johnson the third overall selection in the NBA draft in 1977. In his first year as a professional basketball player, Johnson was selected to the 1978 NBA All-Rookie Team after finishing the season with averages of 19.5 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.



Johnson finished his second season in the NBA in 1978–1979 as the third leading scorer in the league with a point average of 25.6. This was behind George Gervin (29.6) and Lloyd Free (28.8). He was selected for the All-NBA First Team that year and also participated in the 1979 NBA All-Star Game. 

 

On December 12, 1978, during that particular season, in what was possibly one of the best games of his career, Johnson scored 40 points (on an incredible 74 percent shooting percentage) and grabbed 12 rebounds in a victory over the Phoenix Suns that resulted in a score of 120–114. 

 

In spite of the fact that the Bucks had the sixth best offensive efficiency rating and the 13th best defensive rating of any team in the league, they did not make the playoffs and finished with a record of 38–44. It would be the only time the Bucks would fail to make the playoffs while Johnson was in charge of the team.

 

Marques Johnson is another Bucks basketball player who has gone relatively unrecognized throughout the team's illustrious history.

 

Johnson had a successful career overall, but his seven years in Milwaukee were particularly productive in terms of his statistical output.

 

Not only was he able to score (he currently ranks fourth in the annals of the franchise for points per game), but he was also able to do so in a very efficient manner.

 

Johnson's career with the Bucks was marked by outstanding production from the moment he was selected in the draft until the time he played his last game for the team.

 

During the early 1980s, the three-time All-Star teamed up with Sidney Moncrief to assist the Bucks in winning five consecutive division titles and advancing to the second round of the playoffs on multiple occasions.

 

Johnson, who stood 6 feet and seven inches tall, was capable of running the offense and making better passes than many point guards despite his height. It's possible that some people will even assert that he was a point forward before Pressey.

 

The table shows the career summary of Marques Johnson as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

691

PTS

20.1

TRB

7.0

AST

3.6

FG %

51.8

FG 3%

15.2

FT %

73.9

eFG %

51.9

PER

20.1

WS

79.8

What are the Milwaukee Bucks' Championships?

 

The Milwaukee Bucks championships are the 1971 and 2021 NBA season. 

 

The table shows the 1971 NBA Finals game summary:

Game

Date

Home Team

Score

Road Team

Game 1

Wed. April 21

Milwaukee

98–88

Baltimore

Game 2

Sun. April 25

Baltimore

83–102

Milwaukee

Game 3

Wed. April 28

Milwaukee

107–99

Baltimore

Game 4

Fri. April 30

Baltimore

106–118

Milwaukee



The champions of the Western Conference, the Milwaukee Bucks, defeated the champions of the Eastern Conference, the Baltimore Bullets, in four straight games. The Bucks had been founded as an expansion team three years earlier. In the finals of the Eastern Conference, Baltimore had dethroned the New York Knicks, who had won the NBA championship in the previous season.

 

In 1971, the Bullets were one of the best teams in the NBA. They had just won a hard-fought seven-game series against the New York Knicks to advance to the NBA Finals. However, due to a scheduling conflict, they were forced to play Game 1 of the Finals just two days after their victory. After that, they had to wait four days before playing Game 2, which was also on a Wednesday night. 

 

The series was the second and final time in the history of the NBA that the teams alternated playing at their respective homes, the first time having occurred in 1956. The vast majority of the other series followed either the 2-2-1-1-1 or the 2-3-2 format (a 1-2-2-1-1 format was used in 1975 and 1978). Additionally, it was the final NBA Championship Series that was finished before May 1st.

 

The table shows the 2021 NBA Finals game summary:

Game

Date

Away Team

Result

Home Team

Game 1

Tuesday, July 6

Milwaukee Bucks

105–118 (0–1)

Phoenix Suns

Game 2

Thursday, July 8

Milwaukee Bucks

108–118 (0–2)

Phoenix Suns

Game 3

Sunday, July 11

Phoenix Suns

100–120 (2–1)

Milwaukee Bucks

Game 4

Wednesday, July 14

Phoenix Suns

103–109 (2–2)

Milwaukee Bucks

Game 5

Saturday, July 17

Milwaukee Bucks

123–119 (3–2)

Phoenix Suns

Game 6

Tuesday, July 20

Phoenix Suns

98–105 (2–4)

Milwaukee Bucks



The Eastern Conference champion Milwaukee Bucks won their first NBA championship in over half a century by claiming a 4–2 victory over the Western Conference champion Phoenix Suns in this best-of-seven playoff series. This victory gave the Bucks their second championship overall. The Suns won the first two games of the series, giving them the advantage of playing on their home court. 

 

However, the Bucks came back and won the next four games, making them the fifth team in NBA history to win the championship after dropping the first two games of the series. Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the NBA Finals (MVP). The COVID-19 pandemic forced the NBA to make changes to its schedule for the second year in a row, which resulted in the start date of the series being pushed back to July 6 from its usual time in late May or early June. This was the second-latest start in the history of the NBA Finals.

How are the Milwaukee Bucks' last five years?

 

The table shows the Milwaukee Bucks’ last five years:



Season

Lg

Team

W

L

Playoffs

Coaches

Top WS

2021-22

NBA

Milwaukee Bucks*

51

31

Lost E. Conf. Semis

M. Budenholzer (51-31)

G. Antetokounmpo (12.9)

2020-21

NBA

Milwaukee Bucks*

46

26

Won Finals

M. Budenholzer (46-26)

G. Antetokounmpo (10.2)

2019-20

NBA

Milwaukee Bucks*

56

17

Lost E. Conf. Semis

M. Budenholzer (56-17)

G. Antetokounmpo (11.1)

2018-19

NBA

Milwaukee Bucks*

60

22

Lost E. Conf. Finals

M. Budenholzer (60-22)

G. Antetokounmpo (14.4)

2017-18

NBA

Milwaukee Bucks*

44

38

Lost E. Conf. 1st Rnd.

J. Kidd (23-22), J. Prunty (21-16)

G. Antetokounmpo (11.9)

 

Who are the Milwaukee Bucks' Players?

The Milwaukee Bucks’ players are headed by their power forward - Giannis Antetokounmpo. 

 

The National Basketball Association champions bring back every key member of their roster. Giannis Antetekounmpo won a championship for the Milwaukee Bucks, which hadn't happened in the city in over half a century. Without the significant assistance of the scrappy guard Jrue Holiday and the shooting sniper Khris Middleton, he would not have been able to accomplish what he did. In the event that everyone on the Bucks can avoid injury, they will still have a chance to win the championship. 

 

In addition, Milwaukee strengthened its already formidable lineup by acquiring the athletic guard Grayson Allen and the wing Rodney Hood. The Bucks will likely begin the game with Jrue Holiday, Donte DiVincenzo, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, and Brook Lopez. As was mentioned earlier, the depth of Milwaukee's roster will continue to be an extremely important factor throughout the entire season. Pat Connaughton, Bryn Forbes, Grayson Allen, and Bobby Portis, along with several other Bucks, are able to provide solid minutes off the bench for the team.

 

The table shows the Milwaukee Bucks’ players:

 

STARTER

2ND

3RD

4TH

5TH

PG

Jrue Holiday

George Hill

Luca Vildoza

Jevon Carter

Lindell Wigginton

SG

Wesley Matthews

Grayson Allen

Pat Connaughton

Luca Vildoza

Khris Middleton O

SF

Khris Middleton O

Pat Connaughton

Grayson Allen

Wesley Matthews

Giannis Antetokounmpo

PF

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Bobby Portis

Serge Ibaka

Jordan Nwora

Pat Connaughton

C

Brook Lopez

Bobby Portis

Serge Ibaka

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Sandro Mamukelashvili

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo is widely regarded as one of the most talented basketball players in the league at the present time. As a result, having him in your starting lineup is sure to be beneficial. Together with Khris Middleton, he forms one of the most effective duos in the competition and is the team's starter who sees the most minutes played. The Bucks strengthened their starting lineup by acquiring veteran players Wesley Matthews and Brook Lopez. 

 

This season, the two of them have started the most games for the Bucks. Eric Bledsoe has been the team's starting point guard and has played an average of 27 minutes per game this season. With one of the weaker bench units in the league, the success of the Bucks can be attributed primarily to the starting five, and the team's overall good health has been a significant factor in the 50+ win season. Donte Divincenzo has been the guard who steps in to start games in the event that one of the regular starters suffers an injury or chooses to take the night off.

Who are the Milwaukee Bucks’ Owners?

In 1985, Fitzgerald and his partners, including Stuart Shadel, came to the conclusion that it would be best to sell the Bucks. Fitzgerald was having health issues, some of his investors wanted out, and he was reeling from the failure of Sportsvue, a pioneering regional sports network–a failure that came about in part because Milwaukee itself was not wired for cable. 

 

The failure of Sportsvue, a regional sports network that had debuted and sought to compete with ESPN, added to his problems. At that time, the Milwaukee Arena held the record for being the smallest venue in the NBA, but the city had no plans to construct a new one. Herb Kohl, a successful businessman in Milwaukee and a future senator in the United States, purchased the Bucks in response to concerns that investors from outside of the city might buy the team and relocate it.

 

Before the agreement was completed, Lloyd Pettit and his wife, Jane Bradley Pettit, made a statement that they would be giving money to construct a new arena that would become the Bradley Center. In 2003, after having considered selling the team, Kohl announced that he had decided against selling the Bucks to Michael Jordan and that he would "continue to own them, improve them, and commit them to remaining in Wisconsin." This decision came after Kohl had considered selling the team to Jordan.

 

The naming rights to the Bradley Center were purchased by BMO Harris Bank, a division of Bank of Montreal, on May 21st, 2012. One year prior, BMO Harris had completed its merger with M&I Bank, which was based in Milwaukee. The arena was renamed the "BMO Harris Bradley Center" after receiving permission from the family's descendants to use the money.

Who are the Rivals of the Milwaukee Bucks?

The Milwaukee Bucks' greatest rivals are the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers.

 

As any NBA fan knows, the Chicago Bulls are the Milwaukee Bucks' main opponent. There are a variety of reasons for this, but the most important one is proximity. The Bulls and the Bucks are in the same division, which means they play each other four times a year. This gives both teams a chance to get familiar with each other's strengths and weaknesses, and it also means there is more at stake when they meet in the playoffs. 

 

Although the Sixers have been Milwaukee's most frequent playoff opponent, the Bulls have an edge in terms of both proximity and history. As a result, they are the team to beat in the Central Division. The rivalry between the two teams hasn't been particularly strong over the past few years, but Milwaukee and Chicago have frequently been on opposite sides of the ascending and descending trends in the NBA.

 

The Bulls defeated the Bucks in the first round of the playoffs in 2015, the most recent time these two teams squared off against each other in the postseason. Before that, the Bucks were victorious over the Bulls in 1990, but the Bulls were victorious against the Bucks in 1974 and 1985.

 

In the history of the Milwaukee Bucks franchise, the Bucks' most common postseason foe has been the Philadelphia 76ers. Over the course of 31 years, the Bucks and the 76ers have competed against one another in nine postseason series and 49 playoff games. 

 

It's possible that the tension between the two cities has subsided because the last time they squared off, it was in a high-pressure situation during the playoffs in 2001. Allen Iverson's Philadelphia team advanced to the conference finals in 1996, where he beat Ray Allen's Milwaukee squad. That intense series went the distance, and at the end of it, Iverson and the Sixers prevailed by a hair over Allen, Glenn Robinson, and the Bucks.

 

Additionally, the Sixers and Bucks faced each other in the first playoff series that the Bucks ever participated in back in 1970. Milwaukee emerged victorious in that series, which lasted five games, but ultimately lost to the New York Knicks, who went on to win their first championship.

 

The Philadelphia 76ers and the Milwaukee Bucks were two teams that faced off against one another on a regular basis in the 1980s. Between the years 1981 and 1987, these two franchises competed against one another a total of six times. Those teams of the Bucks, led by Sidney Moncrief, were stifled by the Sixers, who were frequently stifled by the Eastern Conference's Boston Celtics or the dynastic Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. The Sixers, on the other hand, were often stifled by the Celtics.

What is the Milwaukee Bucks' Logo?

The Bucks' logo is a bucking deer with the name "bucks" in green and white. Nevertheless, the original caricature of the Milwaukee Bucks logo depicted a cartoon buck sitting atop the words "Milwaukee Bucks" while spinning a basketball on one hoof while wearing a sweater with the letter "B" emblazoned on it and wearing a hat with the letter "B" on it.

 

Following the conclusion of the 25th Anniversary season in May of 1993, this logo was unveiled for the very first time. It portrayed an aggressive frontal view of the head and shoulders of an eight-point white tail buck (male deer) on a triangular background atop stylized Milwaukee Bucks lettering. The background was composed of triangles. The hues that made up the color scheme were hunter green, purple, and silver.

 

The Bucks debuted a modernized logo and a fresh color scheme just before the start of the 2006–2007 NBA season. The previous iteration of their logo has been updated while maintaining its fundamental form; however, several aspects have been improved. The wordmark "BUCKS" has been updated with a more modern, robust typeface and an enclosure around the term to represent its severity. Furthermore, the enclosure around the term "BUCKS" has been modified.

 

The new Buck emblem will be at the center of the redesigned brand. He's an imposing figure who embodies determination and focus, not looking back even once as he progression into unstoppable force is documented throughout with multiple ways including these:

 

  • An increased number of points on the rack, from eight to twelve, demonstrating the maturation of the Buck and emphasizing the point that he has become an even more formidable force.
  • The basketball hoop is in the area between the antlers.
  • As a tribute to Milwaukee, the letter M is embroidered within the chevron pattern on the chest.
  • The logo symbolizes the link between city and country that is so prominent in Wisconsin. It has hard edges that almost look like they were cut from metal, and it uses an industrial but classic proprietary font. The two elements are juxtaposed against the curvature of the logo.

 

How is the Milwaukee Bucks' Uniform?

The Milwaukee Bucks' uniform consists of white, green, and black jerseys and shorts. The white uniforms feature “Bucks” across the chest in green block lettering with the number below the team name. On the front of their green jerseys, which have "Milwaukee" embroidered across the chest in white block letters and the team name below. The black uniforms feature the team's logo across the chest in green block lettering with the number below the team name.  The logo has horizontal lines of colors blue, white, and green.

 

Recently, the Milwaukee Bucks released a blue uniform. The team has debuted all-blue uniforms for the first time in the history of the franchise in an effort to pay homage to the meaning of Milwaukee, which is "the gathering place by the water." According to the team, this will be the first time that Great Lakes Blue will be featured on a Bucks uniform. Great Lakes Blue was added to the Bucks' color scheme for the first time in 2015.

What are the Milwaukee Bucks' Colors?

 

The Milwaukee Bucks colors are Good Land green, Cream City cream, Great Lakes blue, and black.

 

The Milwaukee Bucks team colors in Hex, RGB, and CMYK can be found below:



Color Name

RGB Color Code

CMYK Color Code

Pantone Color Code

HEX Color Code

Green

0, 71, 27

80, 0, 90, 75

PMS 350 C

#00471B

Cream

240, 235, 210

6, 9, 23, 0

PMS 468 C

#EEE1C6

Blue

0, 125, 197

100, 40, 0, 0

PMS 2935 C

#0077C0

Black

6, 25, 34

20, 20, 20, 100

PMS BLACK 6 C

#000000

What Is the Average Cost for Milwaukee Bucks Tickets?

On the secondary market, the typical cost of a Milwaukee Bucks game ticket is currently $265. This represents a price increase of 101% compared to the 2019-2020 season. It is tied for the fourth highest increase in the NBA at this point. The lowest-priced upper-level ticket for the home opener against the Nets is currently available for $81, while the cheapest lower-level ticket begins at approximately $167.

 

Where to Buy Milwaukee Bucks Tickets?

 

You can buy Milwaukee Bucks tickets through Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster is an online ticketing service that offers tickets to a variety of events, including NBA games. When searching for Milwaukee Bucks tickets on the Ticketmaster website, you'll be able to find a list of upcoming games as well as information on how to purchase tickets. You can also find information on ticket prices, seat locations, and more.

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