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.
With the distractions of the All-Star break out of the way, Huw Hopkins looks at who is making a second half push in the MVP race
Huw Hopkins looks at what Damian Lillard’s antics did as candidates for the MVP award jostle for position going into the All-Star break
While Giannis Antetokounmpo holds on to the top of the MVP rankings, Huw Hopkins believes a new face deserves to be added to the fifth spot on the list
We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season
On a team built around LeBron James, Anthony Davis could be breaking individual levels and still not sit above his teammate on the NBA’s MVP rankings, according to Huw Hopkins
Mike Miller is joined by Knick Whitfield and Tom Hall to breakdown the legitimacy of Milwaukee Bucks and throw around some trade ideas
With some of the usual top teams and players out of the way, a new crop of MVP candidates are breaking into the conversation this year for Huw Hopkins
The Milwaukee Bucks were the best team in the NBA for most of last season, and yet they fell at the final hurdle. This year, things are different.
After upsets and revenge games galore, the opening three days of the NBA Playoffs has caused equal measures of Agony and Ecstasy – Double Clutch discuss who has experienced the most extremes so far