The franchise was founded in 1968. And, despite its small market size, has built a rich history in the NBA, hosting some of the all-time greats.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Sidney Moncrief, Oscar Robertson, Ray Allen and many more stars have graced Milwaukee’s court.
They won their only championship in 1971, but remained a dominant force in the league throughout that decade. And in 1972 they recorded their third consecutive 60-win season, becoming the first NBA team to achieve this.
There’s a clear frontrunner for MVP, and it’s not the guy you think it is. Tom Hall crunches the numbers to reveal there’s one man who stands ahead of the pack at the halfway point.
With gamers abuzz with the new Xbox and Playstation, Thomas Lamming checks in with the top 10 NBA players and how it matches up with real life
Our team answer some of the biggest questions surrounding NBA Offseason – Question 2 – Who is the biggest star that will change teams?
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss whether the Bucks can build a team fit for Giannis Antetokounmpo, what’s next for the Houston Rockets and more.
The Bucks are out early for a second consecutive season, Harry Harrison looks at what went wrong, and what comes next…
This day in 1989 marked the culmination of The Captain’s season-long farewell, which gave teams around the NBA an opportunity to celebrate the career of a true great.
Top 5 MVP Race – COVID slows LeBron James’ momentum
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us all inside. It makes banal conversations about basketball feel…
Top 5 MVP Race – it’s Giannis’ to lose
For the first time this season, Huw Hopkins has seen no movement in the Top 5 MVP Race, but the beef that its leader finds himself in makes this edition all the more intriguing
Mike Miller and Tom Hall discuss the on-track-for-70-wins Bucks and the woes of the Philadelphia 76ers before jumping into a game of “What’s More Likely”