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The Bucks can win now and dominate later

Milwaukee is both young, good and ready to win, but its offseason makes it clear that developing young players is the key next year. The oldest player on the Milwaukee Bucks ' roster was signed a few days ago. Chris Copeland, the 31-year-old...Show More Summary

Bucks sign Chris Copeland

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free agent forward Chris Copeland, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Copeland is a crafty, smart player who should provide nice depth off the bench. Copeland, 31, was undrafted out of the University of Colorado in 2006 and spent six seasons split between the NBA D-League and professional teams overseas before landing [...]

NBA A to Z podcast: Bucks arena; Cavaliers load up in offseason

The Milwaukee Bucks will stay in Wisconsin after the state passed a bill approving a new arena. USA TODAY Sports NBA reporter Jeff (...)

Wisconsin Assembly approves Bucks arena deal

The Wisconsin state Assembly voted Tuesday to spend $250 million in public funds on a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, a deal that both Republicans and Democrats lauded as good for the state and city.

Wisconsin leader: New Bucks arena has votes to pass

A $500 million plan for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena has enough votes to pass the state Assembly with help from Democrats, Republican Majority Leader Jim Steineke said Monday.

Gov. Walker and the Democrats’ Dance: The Shady Politics Behind the Proposed Milwaukee Bucks Arena

last weekNews : Truthdig

By Steve Horn and Michael Arria A web of cozy extended relationships among the rich and powerful is pushing for public subsidies for a new sports stadium. It’s a game both parties are playing—big-time.

Chris Copeland Signs One-Year Deal With Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Bucks beat out the San Antonio Spurs and OKC Thunder for the services of free agent Chris Copeland. Source: Bucks & Chris Copeland have verbally agreed to a The post Chris Copeland Signs One-Year Deal With Milwaukee appeared first on SLAMonline.

Chris Copeland to Bucks: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Free-agent forward Chris Copeland and the Milwaukee Bucks agreed to a one-year, $1.1 million contract Thursday, giving head coach Jason Kidd some much-needed floor spacing on his bench. Bleacher Report's Jared Zwerling reported the news. Show More Summary

Chris Copeland Drawing Interest from Bucks, Spurs and Thunder

Free agent forward Chris Copeland worked out Tuesday for the Milwaukee Bucks, and is reportedly on the radar for the OKC Thunder and San Antonio Spurs as well. Chris Copeland The post Chris Copeland Drawing Interest from Bucks, Spurs and Thunder appeared first on SLAMonline.

Chris Copeland nearing deal with Bucks, per report

Milwaukee will reportedly take a flier on the former Pacer forward. Free agent forward Chris Copeland and the Milwaukee Bucks are "finalizing a deal" on course to be completed this week, reports ESPN's Marc Stein. Other reports are mixed...Show More Summary

Indiana Pacers to wear awesome new uniforms inspired by the movie 'Hoosiers'

The Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Philadelphia 76ers each unveiled new uniform changes for the upcoming season – and now the Indiana Pacers just blew them all out of the water. Pacers point guard George Hill...Show More Summary

Bucks Co-Owner Now Works For Governor Who Pushed Through Arena Deal

last weekSports : Deadspin

Last week, the Wisconsin Senate approved $250 million —and at least $174 million more in interest—in public funds to build the Milwaukee Bucks a new arena. The plan was championed at every step of the way by Gov. Scott Walker, who has designs on the White House. His war chest will be administered by one of the Bucks’ owners. Read more...

Can the Greek Freak Find Real Stardom with Milwaukee Bucks?

Fresh off a 41-win season that claimed the Eastern Conference's No. 6 seed, Giannis Antetokounmpo is pretty sold on the Milwaukee Bucks—and there's little doubt the franchise is sold on him. But the bigger question is about fit on the court, a question that could change the 20-year-old's thinking before long. For now, he's smitten. Show More Summary

Scott Walker, Chris Abele And The Bucks Arena Scandal

A couple of months ago, I reported that part-time Wisconsin Governor and full-time presidential wannabe Scott Walker and his mini-me, plutocrat and Milwaukee County Emperor Executive Chris Abele were hammering out a deal that would take...Show More Summary

Bucks sign first round pick Rashad Vaughn

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed their first round selection (17th overall) from the 2015 NBA Draft, Rashad Vaughn, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Vaughn, a 6-foot-6-inch guard out of UNLV, was named the Mountain West Conference’s Freshman of the Year, Honorable Mention All-League and Second Team NABC All-District 17 in 2014-15 after averaging a team-high [...]

Giannis Antetokounmpo Comments on Commitment to Bucks, Future of Team

The Milwaukee Bucks were a surprise playoff team last season, and rising star Giannis Antetokounmpo wants to see the franchise's rebuilding process all the way through. Writing for Eurohoops.com, Antetokounmpo touched on different topics...Show More Summary

All Signs Point to Breakout Season for Milwaukee Bucks' John Henson

The Milwaukee Bucks are looking to build upon an impressive 41-win season, and they're looking for big man John Henson to help their cause. The 29-year-old figures to adopt a more prominent role in a refurbished front-line rotation that...Show More Summary

Scott Walker wants to give $250 million welfare check to his down-and-out billionaire pal's NBA team

After months of debate and a last-minute flurry of "backroom talks," the Wisconsin Senate has passed a bill to give $250 million in public subsidies to get the Milwaukee Bucks a new arena—at an eventual public cost of $400 million, thanks to interest. Show More Summary

Wisconsin Approves $250 Million in Public Subsidies for a New Bucks Arena

Breathe easy, Milwaukee Bucks fans: it looks like your basketball team isn’t going anywhere just yet. Wisconsin state senators have agreed to a bipartisan deal that will allocate a quarter The post Wisconsin Approves $250 Million in Public Subsidies for a New Bucks Arena appeared first on SLAMonline.

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