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I started watching the Bucks in the 1972 playoffs when I was a senior in high school. I attended 2 games at the Milwaukee Arena in 1972-73, 2 in 1973-74 and 7 in 1975-76. The cheapest ticket was $3.50. I now live in another city and have been to many games over the years when they have played here. Many fans including myself took that first championship for granted. I have seen all the near misses, most notably 1974. Four teams in each conference made the playoffs at that time, and there were only 3 best of 7 rounds. With money being so much of an issue along with increased competition, a return to glory is almost an illusion. So it will be much more fulfilling if it happens.

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Welcome Jason Kidd, Now Who's Our Point Guard?

This past week has certainly been exciting and put the Bucks in the headlines, something that seemingly last happened when Nixon was president and the Bucks were annual favorites to win the NBA...


Buck The Critics, It's Our Turn

It find it amazing but not surprising that the tanking critics and suggestions for changing the lottery are getting louder and louder just when the current system is beneficial to our team. Not...


Another One That Got Away

With the 2014 draft being on everyone's mind and an ankle injury to Tobias Harris, most of us have recovered from being hosed by Orlando last year in a deal the Bucks needed to make at that time. ...


What to do with Caron Butler

  I, along with everyone else, am excited by the play of Khris Middleton and Giannis at small forward. But what happens when Caron Butler is healthy? It is...


Boring Offseason Continues With Free Agency

John Hammond tried. He really did. After not acquiring any immediate impact players in the draft, the Bucks went into the free agent market full speed. They made offers to three players that...


Bucks Sink Deeper Into The Tank

Congratulations tankers! Your campaign of suggestions has been rewarded. After a dismal finish to the regular season and then getting throttled in the playoffs four straight games to the eventual...


Best Backcourt Rotations in Bucks History

It has only been a few games, but the transformation of Brandon Jennings and the emergence of Monta Ellis since the acqusition of J.J. Redick brings to mind the other great backcourt rotations the B...


Don't Say Goodbye to Ersan Just Yet

Much to my chagrin, the Bucks conformed to the overbearing trend of BPA in the NBA draft. I wanted them to pick Zeller and be done with the backup center issue and head into free agency with...


Bring Back The MECCA

With 15 games left in this lockout damaged condensed season, Milwaukee has a 24-27 record. Normally, a marginal, possible playoff team with a near .500 record struggles severely on the road and...


Please John Hammond, a 2 and a 5

I wonder if John Hammond knows that this roster with Bogut out has no true center and also no true shooting guard. Livingston is more a point guard, and Jackson, Dunleavy and Delfino are more...


Get the Facts Straight, NBA TV

After yet another meltdown type loss to Atlanta, the Bucks are becoming a laughing stock. They are soft, unpredictable, erratic and frustrating to watch. But what Sam Mitchell said after the...

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