Milwaukee Bucks Tickets

When we look at the Bucks' 1998-2003 era or otherwise known as the Karl era, we can see a very important fact shimmer through. Whenever the Bucks have a bad season the next season will be better that's a guarantee. What does this tell us for the 2009 season? The answer to that question is simple buy Bucks tickets because we are in for a treat. When we look at the history of this great NBA team we can do nothing but be exited and get a court side Bucks ticket because the court will be taken by storm.

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The Milwaukee Bucks are finally free of Michael Redd's eight figure contract has expired and John Salmons has been traded, so the team has added Stephen Jackson's only slightly overpriced contract in hopes of maintaining the perimeter shooting while dialing up the defensive intensity. Of course, the Bucks will only go as far as point guard Brandon Jennings will take them.

Jennings upped his scoring slightly while sacrificing his assist numbers just as minutely. This franchise is counting on the third year point guard to find a new level of play. His first season he looked as dangerous as Derrick Rose, but he failed to make a jump last season while young point guards like Rose and Westbrook made huge strides. The Bucks do not have another player on the roster that can create his own shot, so it is imperative that Jennings develop even more.

Milwaukee will likely look to resign L.R. Mbah a Moute since he fits into Stiles philosophy. Few others of the team's free agents will receive much attention from the front office. With Andrew Bogut at center and Drew Gooden at power forward the Bucks have a good, but overpaid presence in the box. Bogut actually led the league in blocks despite a pitiful vertical, and he can astound with his foot work in the post at times. Gooden can be a tenacious rebounder and a pit bull on the block, but he is woefully inconsistent. This is an issue that is alleviated by bringing Ersan Ilyasova off the bench.

Milwaukee Bucks History

The Milwaukee Bucks began playing in the NBA in 1968 and quickly demonstrated the potential to become one of the most dominant franchises in the 1970s. The team owes this to the drafting of Lew Alcindor. The center who would become Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was an unstoppable force that took the Bucks to the Eastern Conference Division Finals in 1970. The addition of Oscar Robertson the next season was the final piece to the puzzle. Milwaukee went 66-16 and won the NBA Finals by sweeping the Baltimore Bullets. The Bucks won their division the next three seasons, but failed to capture another title, losing its last attempt in 1974.

Abdul-Jabber demanded a trade after an injury ridden 1974-75 season, but his departure would not destroy the franchise. From the 1979-80 season to the 1986-87 season the Milwaukee Bucks won seven Central Division titles or won at least 50 games. Don Nelson thrived as a coach with Sidney Moncrief, Paul Pressey, Craig Hodges, Terry Cummings, Ricky Pierce, and Jack Sikma. However, this team played in an era dominated by the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference and never reached the NBA Finals.

Milwaukee rebuilt during the 1990s and relied on Coach George Karl and the Big Three (Glenn Robinson, Ray Allen, and Sam Cassell) to become contenders once again in the late 1990s and early 21st century. TheSeats has the Milwaukee Bucks tickets for the new season at the Bradley Center as the team demonstrates that they are contenders once again over the 82-game schedule.

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