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News » Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-01


Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-01


Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-01The Bradley Center hasn't exactly been the most raucous place the last couple of years.

In fact, it's been rather quiet.

But Bucks center Andrew Bogut hopes to change that. Bogut has purchased 100 lower-level tickets -- 50 seats at each end of the court -- for every Bucks home game this season.

Bogut is giving the tickets to fans who are willing to get wild and crazy and committed to attending all 41 home games.

Bogut and the Bucks held an audition for the most energetic and loudest fans to "win" the tickets at the Bradley Center last week.

Bogut, who wears No. 6, has dubbed his squadron of fans "Squad6."

Bogut said he was impressed with the "Squad6" performance during Saturday night's regular-season home opener against the Pistons.

"They made a lot of noise and got the rest of the crowd involved, and that was great," Bogut said. "It was a good atmosphere."

BUCKS 96, PISTONS 85: Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings is a rookie, but he sure isn't playing like one. Jennings had his second straight impressive outing Saturday night against the Pistons, finishing with a team-high 24 points. Jennings was instrumental in the Bucks' third-quarter rally, which enabled them to outscore the Pistons 36-14 in the period. Jennings, the 10th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, scored 16 points in the third quarter in sparking the Bucks to a 74-63 advantage heading into the fourth quarter. Jennings made all seven of his shots from the field in the period. Jennings also made two free throws with 2:34 remaining in the game to give the Bucks a 91-83 advantage.


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Added: November 1, 2009

 

 
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