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.
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.
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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”
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