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NBA Preseason: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Milwaukee Bucks Recap

The Milwaukee Bucks scored 65 points in the second half to beat a shorthanded Cavaliers team at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavaliers, facing the second game of a back-to-back, didn't play any of their starters but still led 51-45 at halftime. Mo Williams scored 18 points to lead Cleveland, and Richard Jefferson had 16. Once the teams' deep benches were on the floor, Milwaukee had a decided advantage. Greg Monroe led the Bucks with 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting and 13 rebounds. Rashad Vaughn scored 19 points and was one of five Bucks players to score in double figures off the bench. Milwaukee won their first game of the preseason while the Cavs fell to 0-4.

NBA Preseason: Chicago Bulls vs. Milwaukee Bucks Recap

The Chicago Bulls, playing yet again without their star point guard Derek Rose – something that has become commonplace the last couple of years, took control of their first preseason game of 2015 early in the 2nd half to defeat the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Milwaukee starters actually played very well on the evening, the top 5 Bucks shooting over 50% from the field, the star of the game was the Bulls Jimmy Butler who netted a game high 23 points, including 8 out of 12 from the charity stripe. Steady reserve Doug McDermott also contributed a matching 23 points off the the bench, most of those in the 4th quarter as the Bulls held of Milwaukee’s final attempt to steal a victory on the enemy's home court.

NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls - Home Game 3 Recap

The Chicago Bulls traveled back to Milwaukee after dropping a tough fought game to the Bucks. The Bulls tonight looked to close out the series and advance to the next round. Early on the Bulls were on fire put up 34 in the first quarter and continued into the 2nd quarter. The Bulls took a 29 point lead into halftime and did not stop from there. This game was pure dominance by the Bulls as they built over a 50 point lead on the Bucks, on their own home court. The Bulls spread the wealth as all starters scored in double digits and 13 of the Bulls scored in the game in general. The Bulls will take on the Cavaliers in the next round and look to take out Lebron James.
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Milwaukee Bucks 2014-2015 Schedule, Score, Roster, Rumors, Seating Charts

Milwaukee Bucks Schedule in 2014 - 2015

Milwaukee Bucks are looking for improvement after being the worst team in the league last year. The Bucks first game this season is against the Charlotte Bobcats at Charlotte on October 29th. The Bucks play their home opener on Halloween night versus the Philadelphia 76ers in a battle of the 2 worse teams in the league last year. The Bucks take on division champion Pacers on November 5th at Indiana. The Bucks play Eastern Conference Champion Miami Heat on November 16th at Miami. Lob City Clippers come into town on December 13th. The Bucks travel to Cleveland to take on LeBron's Cavs on New Years Eve. The Bucks last game before the All-Star break is against the Kings on February 11th and return to action with a home game versus the Nuggets on February 20th. The Bucks last game of the season is against the Boston Celtics at home. The Bucks are only slated for two national television games all on NBATV. Their both road games as one is against the Bobcats on December 29th and the other against the Knicks on January 15th.

Milwaukee Bucks Roster

The Milwaukee Bucks roster will be lean heavily on 2nd overall draft pick Jabari Parker. The Bucks are obviously in a rebuilding stage as they did not sign any high profile free agents either by chose or because no one wanted to sign there. However, the Bucks were able to make a trade acquisition for Jared Dudley. The Bucks made some small signings by signing free agents Johnny O'Bryant, Jerryd Bayless, Damien Inglis, Michael Eric, and Elijah Millsap. The Bucks have cut ties with many players like Carlos Delfino and maybe going away for there European style of basketball. Only time will tell how the Milwaukee Bucks will look going forward, but this roster is not good enough to win right now. A lot of pressure will be on Jabari Parker ability to be a star player in the league in three years. If Jabari Parker worth the hype, the Bucks maybe a contender in the distant future.

Milwaukee Bucks Fan Experience

The BMO Harris Bradley Center is an indoor arena, located on the northwest corner of North 4th and West State Streets. It is the home stadium of not only the Bucks, but the Marquette University men's basketball team, and the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL. The stadium opened in 1988 under the name the Bradley Center. The BMO Harris Bradley Center can seat 18,717 during a Bucks game, however did not sell out any games last year. The Bucks new owner is trying to break away from this stadium and build a new stadium towards the new downtown area. However, the Bucks will still call the BMO Harris Bradley Center home this season.

Milwaukee Bucks Trivia

When the last time the Milwaukee Bucks won a playoff game and who was it against.
Answer: The Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 on April 28th of 2010. The Bucks have lost six straight playoff games since then, as the lost the remaining two in this series to blow a 3-2 series lead, and was swept by the Heat in 2013.

Milwaukee Bucks History

The Milwaukee Bucks were formed in January 1968 when the NBA awarded a franchise to Milwaukee Professional Sports and Services, Inc. (Milwaukee Pro), a group headed by Wesley Pavalon and Marvin Fishman. In October, the Bucks played their first NBA regular-season game against the Chicago Bulls before a Milwaukee Arena crowd of 8,467. The Bucks first victory came against the Detroit Pistons in their sixth game in the league. The Bucks will make the playoffs in there second season in the league have great success from 1969-1975 and won the NBA championship in only there third year in the league. The Bucks got back the championship series in 1974, but fell a bit short. That will be the Bucks only championship in there history however despite looking like a dynasty early in there history. Change in ownership will happen of some weird and shaky events in 1975 and the team wasn't the same since. The Bucks have had four different owners in there history which gives cause to the shaky dynamic to this team. The team never got back to the a championship again but had good teams that one division titles in , 1980, 1981, 1982,1983, 1984, 1985, 1986,2001.

Milwaukee Bucks Fan Info

Milwaukee Bucks fans are known to be very rowdy and cheerful when they had good teams in the city. The problem is that the Bucks have not been that good in about a decade. Fans are optimistic about Jabari Parker and what he can bring to this team. However, these fans are smart and know the team around him is no where near ready. Unless the luck that the Bucks had in there early history come back like how they emerge on the scene unexpectcly in the early 70s, fans know there in for a long 82 game season with no playoff to speak about. The loyal faithful that still buy season tickets should be given great praise as most bandwagon fans have already left and claim to be Clippers, Cavs, or Bulls fans until that team falls apart. Much praise to the remaining Buck fans.

Milwaukee Bucks Rumors

A lot of rumor is going on that the Bucks will change there home stadium. There is even speculation that the Milwaukee Bucks may be changing cities. It has become clear that public funding, from some source, will be required to finance the project. Milwaukee city officials will have to see if the team is enough of a revenue draw to worth keeping in the city. The team has lost money allegedly for a while now and not breaking profit. In the event that funding is not secured in time, it is highly probable that the Bucks will be forced to relocate to a new market. The market that is always highly rumored is Seattle. Many believe that the success of the Seahawks and the Mariners making profits will help the league and the Bucks franchise. Others against this move says that the Seattle market will put too much pressure for the team to win now being in a competitive city and not loyal fan base as this market lost the Super Sonics which are now know as the Thunder. The future of this team is not only doubtful on the court, but in the financial part. This franchise has some critical decisions to make.