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It's 90's Night in Milwaukee

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Nobody has ever had this idea.

The Bucks are hosting the Thunder on Saturday night, but the real story is their 90's Night promotion.

And what better entertainer for 90's Night than Vanilla Ice? That's right, the halftime show is going to be a concert from everyone's favorite gangsta-rapper.

Ice can be seen here in a 2010 halftime performance, using a rig he apparently borrowed from a bar-mitzvah-and-small-weddings-only DJ.

The Bucks' NBA Jam team was Brad Lohaus and Blue Edwards, so I guess there really isn't too much else for them to celebrate about the '90s.

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