Milwaukee Bucks Schedule in 2014-15
The Milwaukee Bucks are on the hunt for wins this season and they'll be hosting
some of the very best teams in the National Basketball Association at the Bradley Center. The Bucks had the worst record in
the league last season, but they're ready to bounce back and develop some of their young talent in an effort to build something
special in Milwaukee. With a young roster of promising talent, the Bucks are hoping to pull some upsets on the better teams
in the Eastern Conference when they visit the Bradley Center this season.
The Bucks will have to host LeBron James multiple
times this season, as he has returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and in turn the Central Division. The Cavs have a young
team around King James, so it remains to be seen if they're ready to ascend to the top tier of teams in the Eastern Conference.
The Bucks would love to send the Cavs back to Cleveland with some defeats this season, but obviously they'll have to contain
James to make that happen, something much easier said than done. Still, matchups with Cleveland this season are sure to draw
big crowds, and you can be there in the stands to cheer on the Bucks as they take on the best player in the world.
division rival that will be tough to take down is the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls will be getting point guard Derrick Rose back
from injury and could be a very dangerous team. With a solid lineup that features players like Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah,
the Bulls could be a contender for the conference crown. The Bucks could show the rest of the league that they're on the rise
on the East with some wins over Chicago this season. There are plenty of other good teams coming to the Bradley Center this
year, so get ready for an exciting season of Bucks hoops.
Milwaukee Bucks Team Info
The Milwaukee Bucks
are looking to rise in the ranks of the Eastern Conference this season after finishing with the worst record in the National
Basketball Association in 2013-14. The Bucks won the second pick in the 2014 NBA Draft in the NBA Draft Lottery and used that
selection to add forward Jabari Parker to the roster. Parker posted one fantastic collegiate season before entering the pros,
and is seen by many as the most NBA-ready prospect in the draft class. Parker has an offensive game of a much older player
and reminds a lot of scouts of a young Carmelo Anthony. Fans are expecting to see Parker score in bunches from day one, and
he could very well make that happen. However, Parker is not a finished product, as he needs to work on his defense and sharing
the ball on offense. The Bucks definitely got a promising player in Parker, though, as the organization rebuilds the roster.
Milwaukee is hoping for a bounce-back season from center Larry Sanders, who struggled with injuries and inconsistent play
in 2013-14. Sanders was a force defensively for the Bucks two years ago, and a return to form could great help the team's
prospects this season. The most exciting player on the roster, though, could very well be Giannis Antetokounmpo, also known
as the Greek Freak thanks to his incredible length and athleticism. Giannis has one of the highest ceilings of a any player
in the league, but he's only scratching the surface of this potential right now. If he can make some big strides this season,
the Bucks could find themselves in a great position sooner that many would think. This should be a very interesting season
It doesn't get much better than watching an NBA game live and in person,
and that's something you can see for yourself every time you head out to the arena to see the Milwaukee Bucks take the floor
this season. Being there in the stands gives you a much better appreciation for the game and what these amazing athletes are
truly capable of. There's a reason that so many people pack into the Bradley Center each season. These are some of the best
athletes in the world, and seeing them up close and in person is something that will leave your jaw on the floor. Check it
out this season as the team takes on top opponents from all over the league.
Milwaukee Bucks Trivia
did rookie Jabari Parker play his college ball?
The answer is Duke University, where Parker starred for one season under
the tutelage of the legendary Coach K. Parker was a one-man wrecking crew for the Blue Devils, showing off an advanced offensive
repertoire that has many scouts thinking he'll win the NBA's Rookie of the Year Award this season.
The Milwaukee Bucks are a franchise that is a member of the National Basketball Association, the top
basketball league known to man. The Bucks were founded in 1968 and have been competing at a high level ever since. The team
quickly found success thanks to the presence of center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, formerly Lew Alcindor, who paired with fellow
legend Oscar Robertson in 1971 to give the Bucks their lone NBA Championship. The Bucks have won their division on 13 occasions
throughout the teams' history, and retired the numbers of seven different players. The Bucks would love to add another NBA
Championship, and are working toward that goal each and every day.
Milwaukee Bucks Fans
When you head
out to see a Milwaukee Bucks game at the Bradley Center, you'll find yourself surrounded by some of the biggest hoops fans
around. The Bucks will play in a lot of big games throughout the season, and you'll find the stands packed with dedicated
Bucks fans that all want to see a Milwaukee victory. These passionate fans always make for a great atmosphere, whether the
Bucks are playing the best team in the league or the worst. Join the biggest Bucks fans in the stands at the Bradley Center
this season and enjoy a great time at the arena.