Bucks Playoff Tickets
Milwaukee Bucks Playoff tickets are selling like hot cakes as fans scramble to book their places and witness some high-octane basketball action from the newly-crowned Central Division Champions. With one title in the bag, the Bucks will be gunning for more glory this season when the NBA Playoffs begin in a couple of weeks’ time. Expectations are high among Bucks fans after their team stormed to the Division title earlier this campaign, the first time they have done so since 2001. Grab your tickets at the earliest to follow the postseason journey of your favorite team as they aim to go all the way to lift the prestigious Larry O’ Brien Championship Trophy.
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A Rich History
Starting life as an expansion franchise in the NBA in 1968, the Milwaukee Bucks boast a rich history with some wonderful players exhibiting their skills for the side from Wisconsin down the years. These include the great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Oscar Robertson, Bob Lanier, Ray Allen and Bob Dandridge among others.
Herb Kohl, former US Senator from Wisconsin representing the Democratic Party, was a long-time owner of the Bucks before selling majority stake in the team to a group of entrepreneurs led by billionaire hedge fund executives Marc Lasry and Wes Edens.
The Milwaukee Arena (also known as the Mecca Arena) was the first home of the Bucks before the Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee replaced it in 1988. Since 2018, the Fiserv Forum has played host to the Bucks’ opponents. Many consider the state-of-the-art facility as one of the most impressive in the whole of the NBA. Catch the Bucks in action at this magnificent place by getting Milwaukee Bucks Playoff tickets.
Milwaukee Bucks Playoff Exploits
The Bucks have enjoyed a very good postseason record over the years. Their most successful period was during the early to mid-1970s. With the inimitable Kareem Abdul-Jabbar driving them on, the Bucks romped to the Central Division and Eastern Conference titles in 1971 before dispatching the Baltimore Bullets in straight games to win their maiden NBA crown.
All this came just three years after beginning life as an expansion franchise. With this unprecedented success, the Bucks became the quickest of any expansion team in the history of professional sports in North America to land a major title.
Another Conference title followed in 1974 while a quadruple of Central Division triumphs was also completed from 1971 to 1974. Having been snapped up by the Milwaukee Bucks as a rookie in the 1968 NBA Draft, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar went on to become one of their greatest ever players.
In fact, for people like NBA coach Pat Riley and former player Julius Erving, Jabbar is the greatest of all time. Michael Jordan fans will probably disagree but Jabbar’s pedigree and exploits certainly put him in the same bracket.
After a not-so-successful latter half of the 70s, the Bucks went on another great run. They won 7 straight Central Division titles between 1980 and 1986. Now led by the likes of Sidney Moncrief, Craig Hodges and Paul Pressey, they were perennial contenders for the crown in the Eastern Conference during this time.
The Philadelphia 76ers have been the most frequent opponents for the Bucks in the playoffs followed by the Boston Celtics. Current defending champions Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers have also locked horns with the Bucks on a few occasions. The Bucks boast impressive win percentages of over 60% against both outfits.
Q:Where do Milwaukee Bucks play their home games?
A:The Milwaukee Bucks play their home games at the Fiserv Forum which is also home to the Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team of Marquette University. The arena opened on August 26, 2020 and has a seating capacity of 17,500.
Q:How many championships have the Milwaukee Bucks won?
A:The Milwaukee Bucks have won fourteen division titles and two conference crowns. They have also clinched one NBA Championship in 1971 by defeating the Baltimore Bullets, 4-0.