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Bucks sign Antetokounmpo to four-year deal
Deal announced Monday is reportedly worth $100 million
Bucks target guards
Milwaukee signs free agent shooter Mirza Teletovic on a three-year deal worth $30 million, and Cleveland backup guard Matthew Dellavedova to an offer sheet.
Beloit man chauffeured basketball legend LeBron James
Rich Woolsey was born in Rockford, Illinois, grew up in Beloit, and spent seven years in Cleveland working for a chauffeur company. Cavaliers players, including LeBron James, among numerous other famous people, were some of Woolsey's clients.
Miller: Bucks will have options at No. 10
The Milwaukee Bucks will have to wait and see what the other nine teams before them do in the NBA draft before making their pick tonight
Risk-taker with Maker
The Bucks took Thon Maker, a 19-year-old big man, with the 10th overall pick in the NBA draft on Thursday night.
Bucks break ground on new arena
The ceremony was the culmination of nearly two years of lobbying and work after Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens headlined an ownership group that bought the team from former U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl.
Bucks, Kidd close in on three-year extension
Bucks, Kidd close in on three-year extension
Kidd is entering the last year of a three-year deal with Milwaukee initially signed in 2014. He is 74-90 over his first two seasons in Milwaukee, including a 41-win season and a playoff appearance in 2014-15.
Season comes to an end for Bucks
Solomon Hill scored a season-high 25 points to lead Indiana to a 97-92 victory over the Bucks. While the Pacers are going on to the playoffs, the Bucks are going home.
Ilyasova scores 22 for Magic to beat former team
Ilyasova scores 22 for Magic to beat former team
Ersan Ilyasova scored 22 points and Mario Hezonja added 19 to help the Orlando Magic defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 107-98 in their home finale Monday night.
Middleton scores 36 in winning return to lineup
Middleton scores 36 in winning return to lineup
Khris Middleton returned from a three-game absence and scored 36 points, and John Henson had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a 109-108 overtime win over the 76ers on Sunday.