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How the Bucks owned their future: Inside the Brandon Knight trade

Published April 2, 2015

On Feb. 19, the Milwaukee Bucks made the decision to trade their best player, guard Brandon Knight, to the Phoenix Suns. In return, they received a talented but uneven point guard in Michael Carter-Williams, an unproven point guard in Tyler Ennis, and an athletic rebounder in Miles Plumlee. Here's how it happened, and how it affected the team.


Jabari Parker takes you inside his Gatorade commercial debut

Published March 12, 2015

Jabari Parker makes his commercial debut for Gatorade this morning in a spot called "Building Jabari Parker" and the Milwaukee Bucks rookie spoke with about the ad, putting the Bucks in the national spotlight, and his recovery process from a torn ACL.


Bucks deal Knight, get Carter-Williams in three-team trade

Published Feb. 19, 2015

The Milwaukee Bucks rocked the NBA world with a deadline deal that sent point guard Brandon Knight to Phoenix in exchange for point guard Tyler Ennis and big man Miles Plumlee. Additionally, the Bucks are reportedly to have acquired Philadelphia 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams. Read on to see why they made the move, and why it's not done yet.


Welcome to GIF City

Published Jan. 30, 2015

There's some buzz surrounding the Milwaukee Bucks this year, namely because of some exciting, athletic talent like Giannis Antetokounmpo and Brandon Knight (and now-injured rookie Jabari Parker). And whenever they do something highlight-worthy,Bucks fans take to Twitter with Vines and GIFs of their exploits. So, it got me thinking -- are these guys due for a nickname? We think so.


Bucks fall to Suns and Sanders speaks

Published Jan. 6, 2015

The Milwaukee Bucks fell to the Phoenix Suns, 102-96, on Monday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, and after the game center Larry Sanders addressed the media for the first time since he left the team for personal reasons following a game on Dec. 23.


Sue Black, Wave forge pro sports history

Published March 26, 2013

On Feb. 6, the Milwaukee Wave and Sue Black made history when she was named the team's President and CEO. In all of the male professional sports organizations in America, Black became the first openly gay woman to hold a chief executive position.


Redd returns to Milwaukee

Published Feb. 8, 2012

Tuesday night, Michael Redd returned to the Bradley Center for the first time since his departure from the Bucks when his six-year, $91 million contract expired at the end of last season. After the first two games of this season saw Phoenix struggle offensively, Redd signed a one-year, $1.3 million contract with the Suns, who beat the Bucks 107-105 Tuesday night.