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2017 Schedule
42-40, 2nd in Central

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

I thought Jabari Parker gave a great answer while discussing the growth he's felt on and off the floor throughout his time in Chicago. "I didn't know I was like five years removed from AAU, so to think about that is surreal itself," Parker said on Thursday, while promoting the Jordan Brand's RE2PECT campaign. "But I always make sure I keep it here in Chicago. I always come back, make sure that I go back to the things that made me successful. And that's being around my friends, my family, going back to my old high school gym [at Simeon]. I'm low maintenance. I don't have a membership at East Bank Club. I go to 81st and Vincennes to work out, that's where my high school is."

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1dNick Friedell

Bucks' Parker feels 'great'; no return date set

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.

Dellavedova: Broekhoff should be in the NBA (0:39)
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2dNiall Seewang

Delly tips deep playoffs campaign for Bucks

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.

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2dKevin Pelton

2018 free agents: Pair of Bucks in top 30

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.

ESPN Stats & Info

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.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Rose to have face-to-face meeting with Cleveland Cavaliers in coming days, league sources tell ESPN. No decision expected until next week.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN Sources: Derrick Rose completed approximate 3-hour meeting with Los Angeles Lakers. Both sides felt good about it. Deliberation time.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources say Derrick Rose "just wants to play ball," so it appears whichever team can sell its atmosphere, defined role will have advantage.

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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.

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15dChris Haynes

Sources: Rose, Bucks to set up 2nd meeting

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.

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Bucks out in first round of Vegas tourney

The Milwaukee Bucks lost their first-round tournament game to the Sacramento Kings 69-65 on Wednesday. Rashad Vaughn scored 12 points, and second-rounder Sterling Brown filled the stat sheet with 12 points, six boards and four assists. Milwaukee plays the Jazz on Friday in a consolation game.

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16dBill Barnwell

Head Coach Championship Belt: Larry Costello

Costello beat out Tom Landry for the belt in 1971 after helping the Bucks to a title just three years after they joined the NBA as an expansion team.

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Vaughn, rookies perform well

Rashad Vaughn (21 points) and 2017 draftees D.J. Wilson (17 points, 8 rebounds) and Sterling Brown (14 points) led the Bucks in Monday's 100-93 loss to the Clippers in Las Vegas.

Vaughn lifts Bucks over Nets

Veteran guard Rashard Vaughn scored 31 points as Milwaukee held off Brooklyn 88-83 in the Las Vegas Summer League on Sunday. Caris Levert led the Nets with 18 points. The Bucks and Nets are 1-1 through three days of summer league. Vaughn lifts Bucks over Nets

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Cavs rout Bucks in summer league Day 1

Cavaliers rookie Andrew White III scored 11 points off the bench in the Cavs' 82-53 win in both teams' opener in the Las Vegas summer league. Kay Felder, the Cavs' 2016 draftee, added 10 points. Rookie D.J. Wilson scored 11 for the Bucks.

Wilson throws down dunk (0:28)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The defense of Milwaukee's Gary Payton II and Travis Trice has made this a miserable game for Cleveland's guards.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Payton II (Bucks) facing Sam Cassell Jr. (Cavaliers) in a battle of sons of Milwaukee's 2003 backcourt.

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21dESPY Awards

ESPYS: Vote for Best Breakthrough Athlete

Does the Greek Freak get the nod over a crowded field? Let your voice be heard by casting a vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

Stats & Info

Greek Freak stands by Bucks

Other teams may be looking to pry Giannis Antetokounmpo from Milwaukee, but the 22-year-old hinted at his stance on the matter by tweeting the Kendrick Lamar lyric "I got loyalty inside my DNA" with a deer emoji Thursday night.

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Bronson Koenig isn't leaving Wisconsin

The four-year Badgers star signed a Two-Way contract with the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday. Koenig is expected to play for the team's G League affiliate – the Wisconsin Herd – but can spend up to 45 days with Milwaukee. He'll debut for the Bucks in the Las Vegas summer league.

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.620th
Rebounds Per Game40.429th
Assists Per Game24.25th
Points Allowed103.89th

Team History