The Milwaukee Bucks will play the first-ever game at Fiserv Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. when they open the 2018 preseason schedule against Jabari Parker and the Chicago Bulls.
The Bucks on Monday announced Ersan Ilyasova's signing, which was reported by multiple outlets on June 30, early in the free-agency period, as a three-year contract worth about $21 million. The Bucks did not disclose financial terms of the agreement.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Jabari Parker reached an agreement for the team to rescind its qualifying offer, making him an unrestricted free agent, and reports on Saturday indicated the fifth-year forward was signing a contract with the Chicago Bulls.
The Bucks are looking to hire a new head coach this offseason. It can be tough keeping up with all the latest rumors and candidates, so we made it easier. Here's what you should know about seven of Milwaukee's coaching candidates.
On Thursday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, Giannis Antetokounmpo confirmed he's the best player in the series and dismissed the notion that he needs more help, leading the Bucks to a series-tying 97-86 victory over the Celtics in Game 6.
It's safe to say Jabari Parker has been the most actively involved Bucks player in the local community, and on Wednesday, he was named one of 10 finalists for the NBA Cares Community Assist Award. Through May 6, fans can vote for Parker on social media and show their appreciation for his work.
Two games, two impressive home wins and now this first-round playoff series is all tied up. Before the Bucks head back to Boston for Game 5 on Tuesday night, take a look at our favorite photos from the exciting playoff weekend in Milwaukee.
On Friday, the Bucks won in a wild romp, routing the Celtics to inject life into their-first round playoff series and exhilarate their fans. On Sunday, Milwaukee won again at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, but in an entirely different way. If Game 3 showed the Bucks could compete in the series, Game 4 showed they could win it.
This was the game the Bucks had to win. After going down 0-2, Milwaukee had to have, in front of their home fans, to deserve a chance to get back into this first-round series. Galvanized by a raucous crowd and helped by much-needed contributors, the Bucks played with frantic energy, a brash attitude and newfound physicality in a dominant 116-92 win over the Celtics.
The Bucks are down 0-2 in their first-round playoff series against the Celtics, and prospects for pulling off the upset look bleak. As the team returns to Milwaukee for Games 3 and 4, though, here are three changes that would at least offer reason for optimism.
When Jaylen Brown banked in a three-pointer to put Boston up by 19 points and a grin on his face with 2:27 remaining at TD Garden, you knew two things: it was the Celtics' night, and Milwaukee is in trouble. Here are three somethings from the Bucks' Game 2 playoff loss.
Game 1 of the Bucks' first-round series against the Celtics had both everything you'd want in a great playoff game and everything you've come to expect - good and bad - from the team this season. Unfortunately, it ended with a Milwaukee loss, 113-107. Here are five things I took away from Sunday's game in Boston.
In this episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, sports editor Jimmy Carlton sits down with superfan Paul Henning to talk about the Bucks, preview the playoffs and discuss the upcoming offseason.
The Bucks will tip off the First Round of the 2018 NBA Playoffs in Boston on Sunday, April 15, when they take on the Celtics at 12 p.m. (CT). The game will be televised nationally on TNT and can also be heard on 620 AM/103.3 FM WTMJ and across the BMO Harris Bucks Radio Network.
The Bucks played their worst game of the season Wednesday in Philadelphia, suffering a 130-95 spanking to the 76ers. But by the time a night of bonkers basketball was over and the regular season had ended, Milwaukee emerged a winner, as the No. 7 playoff seed matched up with the Boston Celtics.