Greece's basketball federation accused the Bucks of an "organized and well-staged plan" to keep Giannis Antetokounmpo from participating in Eurobasket with an alleged injury.
In one of the strangest trends in the NBA, the Bucks have alternated playoff and lottery seasons for the past five years. Our panel sees that streak coming to an end.
The Bucks will open their 50th season at Boston on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The champion Warriors will visit on Friday, Jan. 12.
When you combine the Greek Freak with the rest of the Bucks' solid young roster, there is no doubt that Milwaukee stands as a dark horse in the East.
While some teams are totally revamping their look, the Bucks have decided to stick with their basic uniform set from last season.
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Bucks expand basketball operations staff
The Bucks announced a number of additions to their basketball operations staff Wednesday: Milt Newton as Assistant General Manager, David Mincberg as Director of Basketball Strategy, Tony Bollier as Director of Basketball Operations and Ronald Dupree as Scout. They also named Frank Johnson as an assistant coach.
The Bucks will be have the familiar orange, white and black logo of longtime team sponsor Harley-Davidson on their jerseys this season.
Last year, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks, and now he has them ready to compete.
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The Bucks' star forward played his first four NBA seasons with a bargain-basement Nike endorsement deal. That's about to change in a big way this summer.
Jabari Parker is working through his ACL recovery rehab program for the second time, and the Bucks won't set a timeline when he might play again.
After leaping from the lottery to 42 wins last season, the Bucks could be poised to take the next step in their development.
With a young core in place and payroll rising, Milwaukee couldn't do much more this offseason than re-sign Tony Snell.
The Bucks have re-signed restricted free agent guard Tony Snell, bringing back a backcourt starter and one of the team's best defenders.
The Bucks could follow the model of the 2014 Golden State Warriors by building a superteam through the draft. Giannis Antetokounmpo is the crown jewel of Milwaukee's roster, but Jabari Parker, Malcolm Brogdon and Thon Maker all look like great picks too.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker says he's feeling "great" as he recovers from the second ACL tear in his left knee in the past three seasons.
The Milwaukee Bucks reportedly are continuing to shop big men Greg Monroe and John Henson, but have yet to find a good trade.
Matthew Dellavedova, back home in Melbourne during "one of the least busy offseasons" he's ever experienced, says Milwaukee Bucks' young talent, led by Giannis Antetokounmpo and Thon Maker, are ready to lift the team to the next level.
Jabari Parker has been efficient offensively, but his defense and injury concerns could limit his market next offseason. Meanwhile, Greg Monroe might be in for a pay cut next summer.
Kyrie: Will he stay or will he go?
In the wake of Kyrie Irving's demand to be traded, here are the most likely landing spots for the four-time NBA All-Star -- with the likeliest resulting in no trade at all.
Should the Milwaukee Bucks pass on offering guard Jason Terry a contract, he should have several options with a few other NBA teams.
No luck for the Bucks
Stephen Zimmerman, Gary Payton II and Travis Trice tied for 12 points each to lead the Bucks, but it wasn't enough -- Milwaukee lost to Utah 97-76. The Bucks end the summer 1-4.
Derrick Rose and the Bucks are expected to schedule a second free-agency meeting as early as this weekend, league sources told ESPN's Chris Haynes.