The Milwaukee Bucks - Schedule in 2013-14
The Milwaukee Bucks are on the hunt for wins this season, and they'll
have their work cut out for themselves when they take the court at the Bradley Center to face some of the toughest teams that
the Eastern Conference has to offer in 2013-14. The Bucks have a lot of young talent on their roster and are looking to build
something special in Milwaukee. The team calls the Central Division of the Eastern Conference home, a division that features
some tough teams that the Bucks will see hit the court at the Bradley Center with regularity this season. The Bucks finished
just a few games under the.500 mark in 2012-13, good enough for third place in the division, but were unable to make it to
the postseason. The team is in a bit of a rebuilding mode right now, so fans may have to be patient with this group of young
players, but there are some truly exciting athletes to see on this roster this season. This should be an interesting season
in Milwaukee, and the Bucks will surely be fighting hard every time an opponent hits the court at the Bradley Center this
The Bucks will have their work cut out for themselves when they host the Indiana Pacers this season. The Pacers
won the Central Division title last season and were able to take the eventual NBA Champion Miami Heat to six games in the
Eastern Conference Finals before seeing their season come to a close. Indiana has a budding superstar player in Paul George,
a versatile forward that is a matchup nightmare for just about any team on both ends of the floor. The Bucks will have to
try to slow down George on offense, but the Pacers have plenty of good players that can hurt an opponent. The Pacers are seeing
a breakout season from guard Lance Stephenson, whose versatility gives the Pacers an extra ball-handler and facilitator of
the offense. With George Hill, Roy Hibbert and David West rounding out the starting lineup, one can see how difficult it is
to shut down this Indiana team when they have so many reliable weapons. The Bucks will need to focus on George first, but
play disciplined defense and hope that the good interior Milwaukee defenders can do enough to keep the game close. It won't
be an easy task, but if the Bucks can earn a victory or two against the Pacers this season it would give this young group
of players the kind of confidence that can go a long way.
Another tough team the Bucks will have to deal with this season
is the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls finished second in the divisional race last season, and though they've lost two of their best
players to injury and trade this season they remain one of the tougher groups in the East. Center Joakim Noah is one of the
best defenders in the league, and his role on offense is a unique one that could be categorized as a point-center. Noah's
fiery attitude reflects this team's dedication to playing tough defense and refusing to be pushed around, no matter the opponent.
A veteran team that plays good defense is often a recipe for a loss when it comes to a young team, but the Bucks won't go
down easily. This should be a Milwaukee Bucks season filled with close games and exciting finishes, and you can be there to
see it all unfold.
The Milwaukee Bucks are a pro hoops organization that plays in the National
Basketball Association. The Bucks play in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference, matching up with division rivals
like the Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons and Cleveland Cavaliers on a regular basis. The Bucks have several
young players that the organization is very excited about. Center Larry Sanders set the league on fire last season with his
ability to block shots and impact the game consistently on the defensive end, and the club awarded him with a big contract
extension as a reward. The Bucks also made one of the more intriguing draft picks in the 2013 NBA Draft, selecting Greek forward
Giannis Antetokounmpo. Known as "The Greek Freak," for his physical attributes, this young player has an extremely high ceiling
and is definitely a youngster to watch going forward. With other youngsters like guard Brandon Knight and forward John Henson
on board, the Bucks have one of the better young cores to build around.
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. Find out for yourself this year.
Former Bucks player Kareem
Abdul-Jabbar was not born with that name. What was his given name?
The answer is Lew Alcindor.
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. The team quickly found success thanks to the presence of center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar,
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.
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. Join the biggest Bucks fans in the stands at the
Bradley Center this season and enjoy a great time at the arena.