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It’s been more than 40 years since the Milwaukee Bucks have won an NBA championship, but for a team that’s produced the likes of Jabari Parker, Kareem Abdul-Jabar and Glenn Robinson, their day in the sun is on the horizon. The Bucks finished twelfth in the Eastern Conference last season and failed to make a postseason appearance, but with new recruits like Greg Monroe and Michael Beasley on board for the 2016-2017 season, things are headed in the right direction. Milwaukee plays at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, but won’t for long—their new arena is under construction and set to be finished by 2018. Great seats to see the Milwaukee Bucks play are right at your fingertips—get yours now!

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It all comes down to the last two games of the NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals for the Milwaukee Bucks. They have been embattled in a contentious series with the Toronto Raptors, who continue to maintain the upper hand. Despite winning the opening match, the Bucks went on to lose three and now trail the series. If they can manage to turn things around this weekend, they will go on to play LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Conference Semifinals. Tickets to the game on Wednesday, May 10, at BMO Harris Bradley Center, are currently on sale and available for purchase at prices starting as low as just $216.
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The Milwaukee Bucks are tied 1-1 in a best of 7 games series with the Raptors in the first round of the NBA playoffs. In game one, the Bucks outscored the Raptors 30-22 in the first quarter, but lost some of their lead when the Raptors outscored them 29-16. Coming back after halftime, the Bucks once again took control, outscoring them 29-19 and 22-13 in the third and fourth quarters to win. Game two saw a different story. It was a close game, with the teams neck and neck going into the final quarter. Ultimately, the game went to the Raptors. The two teams have at least three more games on the 20, 22 and 24, and you can still get tickets for $54 and up.

The Milwaukee Bucks are officially bound for the NBA Playoffs! Their win over the Philadelphia 76ers last Saturday was enough to seal the deal. Then, they improved their postseason position by beating the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night. Milwaukee has one game to go in the regular season. They visit TD Garden on Wednesday night, where they will attempt to crush the Celtics’ hopes of seizing the top seed in the Eastern Conference. No matter what happens, be at BMO Harris Bradley Center on Saturday, April 15, to cheer on the Bucks in the first round of the playoffs. Tickets are already on sale and available for $25 and up.

After winning three in a row, the Milwaukee Bucks have lost their last three games. Their latest lost came against the Pacers on April 6. The Pacers led for the whole game, but the Bucks kept it close for most of the game, which had a final score of 104-89. Despite the loss, the Bucks remain fifth in the Eastern Conference. They have three games left in the season. They play the 76ers on the 8, then come home to host the Hornets on the 10, and then head back out to Boston for their final game of the regular season on April 12. You still have time to grab your tickets, with prices starting at just $10.

Playing against James Harden seems to inspire Giannis Antetokounmpo to bring his game up to a higher level. That was certainly the case when the two teams clashed on January 23, as the Greek Freak scored a game-high 31 points and helped his team to a 127-114 victory over the Houston Rockets. The Bucks also got a great game out of Jabari Parker, who scored 28 points to go along with his eight rebounds and seven assists. Milwaukee is playing exceptional team basketball at this point in the season, and that play has the Bucks in the thick of the playoff hunt. After a brief road trip, the team will host the Miami Heat on February 8, with tickets starting as low as $6.

Although they’re not one of the biggest or most popular NBA franchises, the Milwaukee Bucks have given basketball fans more than enough reason to pay attention to their team this season. With the recent release of All-Star candidates, many eyes have been on Milwaukee's two most likely candidates, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker. Amidst all the attention on the voting, the Bucks dropped a couple games to New York and Washington. A 109-107 victory over the No. 3 Spurs Tuesday got things headed back in the right direction, but Milwaukee needs to get more wins at home this weekend. They will host the Heat on Friday, Jan. 13, and the 76ers on Monday, Jan. 16. Tickets can be purchased now!

The Milwaukee Bucks have been one of the most surprising teams in the NBA this season. Although they lost three of the four games they played in the last seven days, the Bucks remain in the NBA’s top ten and are making a solid statement in the East. Milwaukee finishes up a four-game road trip on New Year’s Eve, returning to the BMO Harris Bradley Center for the first time in 2017 on Jan. 2 against the OKC Thunder. This will be the teams’ first meeting this season and it would make a big statement if the Bucks could walk away with a win. We have tickets on sale now, with prices starting at $28.

The Milwaukee Bucks may not be one of the best teams in the league, but they are one team that should be looked out for. The Bucks are currently sitting in tenth place in the Eastern Conference and are just a few wins shy of creeping up into the eighth and final playoff position. They are fully capable of beating some of the bigger teams in the NBA and have been know to cause some serious upsets. See the Bucks play live against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the number one team in the Eastern conference, on December 20. Tickets start at $18. Get yours today and cheer them on to another upset and victory.

It’s been a good week for the Milwaukee Bucks, who are not only on a two-game winning streak, but who have also just beaten the NBA’s No. 1 team. Hosting the Cleveland Cavaliers Tuesday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, the Bucks were not highly favored to win. Even with the league’s eighth worst offense, however, the Bucks somehow managed to pull out every trick they had to crush the Cavs 118-101. That win followed a 104-96 defeat of the Orlando Magic Sunday and has helped improve Milwaukee’s standing in this week’s power rankings. Catch the Bucks while they’re on fire! They’ll play the Nets this Saturday, Dec. 3, and we have seats available now for just $11.

The Milwaukee Bucks are used to getting big games from Giannis Antetokounmpo. It was a big game from Michael Beasley, however, that helped the team pull away from the Memphis Grizzlies on November 12. Antetokounmpo scored 27 and Beasley added a season-high 19 as the Bucks road a big fourth quarter and knocked off the Grizzlies 106-96. Milwaukee showed grit and poise down the stretch, continuing to prove that this team means business. The Bucks have plenty of young talent and can expect to compete with anyone if Beasley continues to provide scoring off the bench. Milwaukee will need that type of effort if the team wants to beat the Toronto Raptors in a matchup on November 25. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $13.

While the sample size is rather limited, the Milwaukee Bucks seem to have found a way to play without Chris Middleton. Much of the burden has fallen on the capable shoulders of Giannis Antetokounmpo, though a recent game against the New Orleans Pelicans featured six different Bucks players scoring in double figures. The team staged a comeback against Anthony Davis and the Pelicans and managed to claim the road win by a score of 117-113. Playing without Middleton isn’t ideal, but Milwaukee is putting forth an admirable effort. The Bucks get a chance to face the Pelicans in Milwaukee on November 10, and tickets for that game start as low as $7.

The Milwaukee Bucks ended the preseason on a high note, ousting the Indiana Pacers in an exciting game and improving the team’s preseason record to 3-3. Many expect the Pacers to be one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference, so this was a good win for a Milwaukee team that’s still trying to figure out how to play without star forward Chris Middleton. The Bucks will be tested early and often in the regular season, and the depth of the bench and contributions from the role players will be key to the team’s success. Milwaukee starts the regular season by hosting the Charlotte Hornets on October 26, and tickets are available starting at $15.

With so much young talent on the Milwaukee Bucks and so much hype about how the team will do in the coming season, the loss of shooting guard Chris Middleton serves as a sobering reminder of how hard it is to compete in the NBA. Middleton’s torn hamstring will keep him out of the lineup for roughly six months, meaning he’ll miss over half of the regular season. While this is certainly a huge blow for the Bucks, the rest of Middleton’s teammates seem determined to not let this season become a lost cause. The first preseason game in Milwaukee will be on October 8 against the Dallas Mavericks, with tickets starting as low as $34.

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