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Bucks Tickets by Section at the BMO Harris Bradley Center
The lower level at the BMO Harris Bradley Center is known simply as the "200 level." There are a grand total of 26 sections in the 200 level, with rows that end in the letter "Z." In the upper level, also known as the "400 level," the last row is row "X." Certain sections may end in fewer rows, depending on location.
The team benches are located on the east side of the court, directly behind sections 226-227 and 201-202.
Courtside Tickets for Bucks Games
There are a few courtside seats on the sidelines, but most seats on the court are under basketball hoops, on both sides. For courtside tickets, it's best to call our office.
Fans of the NBA know that the Bucks are working hard to put together a team that can contend over the long run. After all, it's been way too long since Milwaukee won an NBA championship. That doesn't stop folks from looking for great Bucks tickets.
The Bucks were part of the NBA expansion year, way back in 1968. They made great use of their first round draft pick, and acquired Lou Alcindor (Kareem Abdul Jabbar.) The results were immediate, and Milwaukee found themselves 30 games above .500 in the first season with Jabbar on the court. With the addition of Oscar Robertson, Milwaukee won it all in 1971. The team enjoyed being a contender for most of the decade.
Good times would come and go for the Bucks. The toughest years for Milwaukee were from 1990 through 2001. In an effort to bring the Bucks back to their former glory, George Karl was hired as head coach. Success came soon after, and the Bucks were perennial playoff participants. Players such as Ray Allen and Sam Cassell were a force to be reckoned with.
The team came close to making to the NBA finals in 2001.
Join your fellow Bucks fans as the team rebuilds once again. Jason Kidd is Milwaukee's new head coach. Kidd made some positive moves during the off season, acquiring O. J. Mayo, Zaza Pachulia, and Viacheslav Kravtsov. See you at the BMO Harris Bradley Center for all the Bucks action in 2015.
Just as things were starting to look up for the Milwaukee Bucks, their top draft pick was sidelined for the remainder of the 2014-2015 season.
Jabari Parker tore his ACL during a game on December 15, taking him out for the rest of the year. Milwaukee was hoping for great things from the young rookie, and up until
the injury, Parker was very productive on the court. Milwaukee continues to be a .500 ball club, despite the setback.
The Milwaukee Bucks, historically, have been one of the NBA’s “struggling – small market” teams. What that means is they haven’t been the worst team out there, but at the same time, they certainly haven’t been one of the better ones. They have had some success, though most of it came in just the first few years of the franchise. Of the Bucks first 23 years in the league, they made the playoffs in 19 of those seasons. Of those 19 playoff appearances, they reached the Eastern Conference Finals six times- 1971, 1972, 1974, 1983, 1984, and 1986. They went 2-4 in those Conference Finals appearances, reaching the NBA Finals in 1971, and 1974. They won the NBA Championship in 1971, and lost in the NBA Finals in 1974. Since 1992, the Bucks have fallen on some hard times. They have won just two playoff series, both in the 2001 playoffs, in which they reached the Eastern Conference Finals.
Things aren’t all doom and gloom though. After years of mediocrity, the Bucks finally elected to allow themselves to hit rock bottom in the 2013-2014 season. That decision garnered the ability to select Jabari Parker with the second overall selection. Jabari Parker’s departure early in 2014 did hurt, but that hasn’t derailed the Bucks season at all. In addition to Parker, they also were able to turn their roster around with younger players and that has put them in prime position to be in the postseason. They current hold the 6th seed in the East and will in all likelihood be either the 5th or 6th seed.
The most notable Milwaukee Bucks players to take the court were Oscar Robertson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Sidney Moncrief, Glenn Robinson, Bob Dandrige, and Marques Johnson. We’re sure that fans would want to add a few more names, but the list above would easily be on everyone’s top ten.