The Bucks' future in Milwaukee is currently a bit unsettled as the franchise tries to secure funding for a new arena. The alternatives include possibly relocating the franchise to Seattle or Las Vegas. Bucks point guard Michael Carter-Williams...Show More Summary
Milwaukee Bucks president Peter Feigin has demanded $250 million in public funding for a new arena in downtown Milwaukee. Feigin made it clear that failure to fund a new arena will result in the Bucks departing to Las Vegas or Seattle. While Feigin may have justification for the move -- he [...]
Peter Feigin, the Milwaukee Bucks’ president, made a not-so-vague threat Monday while speaking to Wisconsin lawmakers: according to the exec, the NBA will not hesitate to relocate the franchise to The post Bucks President: NBA to Move Team to ‘Las Vegas or Seattle’ Without Arena Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Bucks must get a new arena built to ensure they stay in Milwaukee. We explain how much progress has been made and whether there's really a possibility they relocate if plans fail. The Milwaukee Bucks have slowly built a young talent...Show More Summary
When Herb Kohl sold the Bucks last year, it was trumpeted everywhere that one of the immutable conditions of the sale was that the new owners keep the franchise in Milwaukee. Yesterday, in a hearing with state and local lawmakers, the...Show More Summary
Milwaukee Bucks move threats have been ramped up. A threat to move the Bucks to Las Vegas or Seattle was made by team president Peter Feigin on Monday (July 6) as the team hopes to apply pressure to local legislators. A report from the...Show More Summary
If Wisconsin doesn’t pony up the bucks, it will lose the Bucks. That was the message delivered Monday by Milwaukee Bucks President Peter Feigin, who appeared at a hearing held by the state legislature’s Joint Finance Committee. The team is seeking to replace the BMO Harris Bradley Center, the 27-year-old arena in which it plays, with a […]
Milwaukee Bucks coach Jason Kidd and general manager John Hammond appeared together Monday and denied a report suggesting changes were coming for the NBA team's front office.
The Milwaukee Bucks franchise could be destined for a new city if the plans for a new arena fall through. Continue for updates. NBA Will Buy Bucks, Move Team in Absence of Arena Funding Monday, July 6 Bucks president Peter Feigin stated...Show More Summary
A proposed $500 million arena for the Milwaukee Bucks is back up before Wisconsin lawmakers.
After losing Paul Pierce to the LA Clippers, the Washington Wizards are bringing Jared Dudley on board. In exchange, the Milwaukee Bucks will receive a future second-round pick. Milwaukee!!! I The post Milwaukee Bucks Trade Jared Dudley to the Washington Wizards appeared first on SLAMonline.
If the Miami Heat are surging in the East, what does that mean for the Milwaukee Bucks? The Knicks were thought to be the leaders in the (...)
By landing the highly-rated Greg Monroe, Milwaukee signaled that it's no longer NBA Siberia. Way back in 2014, the Milwaukee Bucks won 15 games and were the laughingstock of the league. They had loaded up on mid-range free agents the...Show More Summary
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A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that the Washington Wizards are close to acquiring forward Jared Dudley from the Milwaukee Bucks for a future second-round draft pick.
The Washington Wizards are moving quickly to fill their void at small forward, and appear to be closing in on a trade for Milwaukee Bucks swingman Jared Dudley, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein. Continue for updates. Washington Using...Show More Summary
The 29-year-old would give the Wizards another veteran. The Washington Wizards are "closing in" on a trade for Milwaukee small forward Jared Dudley, according to a report from ESPN's Marc Stein. The move is a salary dump for the Bucks...Show More Summary
Bucks, Greg Monroe agree to deal Here’s the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporting on the Bucks, who are adding a whole bunch of offense to their frontcourt: The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to terms on a maximum contract with free-agent center Greg Monroe, a league source indicated Thursday. The deal will be worth an estimated $50 millon over three years, with [...]
Imagine how different the sales pitches must have been for free-agent center Greg Monroe. The Los Angeles Lakers could have tempted him with their storied past and warm-weather climate. The New York Knicks offered a spot in the NBA's biggest market, plus the business opportunities such a platform presents. Show More Summary
Day 2 of NBA free agency has been quieter than Day 1. Monta Ellis came to terms with the Indiana Pacers, as reported by ESPN.com's Chris Broussard and Marc Stein, and Greg Monroe made a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. Show More Summary