The Bucks average ticket price for the NBA regular season games has seen a steep contrast compared to the past five seasons. The price average through 2011-2015 stayed under the low price of $40, the lowest price reaching an average of $19 in the 2011-2012 regular season. Average Milwaukee Bucks ticket prices experienced no change with a flat rate in 2012 and 2013 at a $20 ticket price. The average ticket price for the Milwaukee Bucks regular season ticket for the current 2016 season is at $60, which is the highest price in the last 6 years and a 131% increase from the previous season.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2016 Bucks Season Preview
The Milwaukee Bucks finished last season with 33 wins and 49 losses and ended in the bottom of the Eastern Conference. A high point for the Bucks in 2015 was when they ended the Warriors 28-game streak. As the Milwaukee Bucks enter the 2016-2017 season, their roster will rely on Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker and Khris Middleton as they build their young team around these star players. New addition, Thon Maker averaged 14.2 points in five of the summer league games and will be a refreshing addition to the team as his game improves. In the 2016-2017 season, the Bucks will be in another year of growth and rebuilding as they get closer to another playoff. Whether you plan on cheering for them at home or on the road, check out the Bucks’ schedule at TicketCity for some of the best deals for Milwaukee Bucks’ tickets.
Milwaukee Bucks Basketball at BMO Harris Bradley Center Address: 1001 N 4th St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53203
The Bucks play their home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When filled to capacity, the Bradley Center holds nearly 19 thousand screaming fans. The BMO Harris Bradley Center is located in the heart of Milwaukee, giving fans plenty to do around the arena both before and after the game. The Milwaukee Bucks home bench is on the BMO Harris Bradley Center court side in front of section 201. BMO Harris Bradley Center parking information is covered in our Bucks event guide.
Bucks vs. Bulls
The rivalry between the Bucks and the Bulls dates back to the mid-1970s when the Bucks defeated the Bulls for a division title and for the Eastern Conference title. The rivalry continued throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s when both teams were often fighting for conference supremacy. With the close proximity of the cities, this rivalry still remains high.
Bucks vs. Pacers
As division foes, the Bucks and the Pacers have met in the regular season over 150 times. Both teams are often fighting for a division title which has led this match-up to be hard fought and extremely intense. The highlight of the rivalry came when the two teams met in the playoffs in back-to-back seasons in 1999 and 2000.
Bucks in the NBA Finals, Eastern Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
The Bucks established themselves as one of the premier organizations in the NBA in the 1970s and the 1980s. Milwaukee has won one NBA championship and multiple Eastern conference titles over the years. The Bucks have also won over 12 division titles, putting them in elite status among the rest of the league.
2015 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
The Milwaukee Bucks were one of the surprise teams of the year last season, rebounding from a 15 win effort, to win 41 games, and reach the Eastern Conference playoffs. Head Coach Jason Kidd enters his 2nd season with the Bucks and will look to continue the young Bucks transformation into a contender. Last year’s leading scorer Brandon Knight is gone, but in return, the Bucks received center Miles Plumlee who will look to sure up the Bucks defensive presence around the basket. The 2015-16 Milwaukee Bucks will also feature much more from Giannis Antetokounmpo, who will receive a greater offensive role with the departure of Knight. The biggest question surrounding the 2015 Milwaukee Bucks will be if a star player can emerge. The Bucks are likely playing without a legitimate superstar again this season, but as they proved last season, they are fully capable of winning by committee, and the Bucks will look to return to the playoffs this season.
2014 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
There is not much good to say about the season that the Milwaukee Bucks had in 2013-14. The Bucks finished with a record of 15-67, which was the worst in the NBA and the worst season in the history of the Bucks franchise. Milwaukee’s head coach Larry Drew was let go after only one season and other major changes had to be made. Enter the 2014-15 NBA Season and the Milwaukee Bucks have a fresh slate and outlook. Jason Kidd moved over from New York to become the Bucks head coach and a plethora of young talent has Bucks fans extremely excited. Milwaukee lost Ramon Sessions in the offseason, but added highly anticipated rookie Jabari Parker, along with other rookies Damien Inglis and Johnny O’Bryant III. The acquisition of Parker should help take some of the scoring emphasis off Giannis Antetokounmpo and help the center continue to develop for the Bucks. Look for O.J. Mayo to have a bounce back season, and for Jason Kidd to have the young Milwaukee Bucks playing up-tempo all season long.
2013 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
Last season saw the Bucks make the playoffs in the #8 spot, but unfortunately for them that meant they drew the Miami Heat in the first round. Milwaukee is actively trying to improve on the 38-win season, bringing in O.J. Majo, Caron Butler, Zaza Pachulia and Luke Ridnour to make it to the next level. They lost Mike Dunleavy, Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings, but they’re banking on the veteran presence to make up for that. The Bucks start their season in Boston at the TD Garden before playing their first home game on Nov. 2 against the Raptors. Other key home games will be vs. Oklahoma City on Nov. 16, vs. the Bulls on Dec. 10, and a rematch with the Heat on March 29.
2012 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
Fresh off a third place finish in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference and a 31-35 record, the Milwaukee Bucks just narrowly missed making the playoffs after falling four games behind the eventual eighth seed, the Philadelphia 76ers. The Bucks have been slowly but surely building a contending roster throughout the past several years and the squad seems poised to take that next leap into the playoffs in the foreseeable future. The Bucks should see a marked improvement during the 2012-13 season, as new players like Monta Ellis and Epke Udoh have had a year to play with one another and should be ready to put together a serious run at the playoffs. The Bucks had a surprisingly active offseason, unloading the contracts of players like Shaun Livingston, Carlos Delfino and Jon Leuer, the latter of which was a surprising move after Leuer's solid season during the 2011-12 campaign. The team made a move to trade for Samuel Dalembert, who is expected to be the squad's starting center heading into the year. Additionally, the team also added Joel Przybilla to provide additional depth at the position. Ultimately, the Bucks have placed a premium on size in the paint and have one of the most talented groupings of centers and forwards in the NBA. In the draft, the Bucks added additional size with North Carolina's John Henson, and may have gotten a steal with their second round pick, guard Doron Lamb from Kentucky. Looking at the Bucks' starting lineup, it all starts at the point with guard Brandon Jennings and shooting guard Monta Ellis, one of the most dynamic scoring duos in the league. They will be backed up by talented youngsters like Lamb, Marquis Daniels and Beno Udrih. At forward, the Bucks have an embarrassment of riches, including starters Tobias Harris and Ersan Ilyasova. While the team has plenty of talent at the position, they have tried in earnest in past years to try and find a group that will complement each other's talents for the better of the team. As the 2012-13 season kicks off, the Bucks have the pieces in place to be a surprise contender, but it may take a breakout performance from someone unexpected for them to get to the playoffs. Right now, the Bucks have some nice pieces in place with Jennings, Ellis, Dalembert and others, and if they can put it all together, the Eastern Conference should look out!
2011 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
Behind the dynamic ability of rookie Brandon Jennings, the Milwaukee Bucks were one of the surprise teams last season, and returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2006. The Bucks return a reliable core group of players and have high expectations heading into the year, as coaches and fans believe they are poised to advance further than last season. Along with Jennings, former number one overall pick Andrew Bogut has emerged as one of the premiere players in the NBA. The seven-foot center averaged 15.9 points a game while bringing down 10.2 rebounds per contest. Drew Gooden and John Salmons are both solid as well, and the addition of Corey Maggette may make up for losing three-point specialist Michael Redd for much of the season. Though they may not have the depth of talent as some other teams in the Eastern Conference, they may be able to ride Jennings and Bogut to the playoffs once again. Head coach Scott Skiles brings a wealth of experience to the table, and should have his team focused and ready for the start of the season.
2010 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
The Milwaukee Bucks head into the 2009-2010 NBA season looking to claw their way out of the basement of the Central Division in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks journey will be led by Head Coach Scott Skiles; who has a roster which is capable of making the playoffs. The Bucks talent includes Michael Redd, young star Brandon Jennings and big man Andrew Bogut. If Milwaukee plays up to their potential look for them to compete in the Central Division and grab one of the eight playoff spots in the East.
2009 Milwaukee Bucks Season Preview
The Bucks ended last season on a somewhat disappointing note, recording a 26-56 season record (3rd lowest in franchise history). The Bucks will welcome Head Coach Scott Skiles to the team, who they hope will usher in his style of defense, to bring the Bucks away from an allowed 103.9 ppg average last season. Bucks fans will also be looking to Michael Redd for support, and are hoping that he will pass the ball this season (last season he averaged 3.4 assists per game - nothing spectacular, but his all-time high). The team's schedule allows only 10 home games in the first 28 games of the season, providing a difficult start for the rebuilding program. The Bucks will have the tools they need to make a serious fight for the playoffs this season, but we will see if they can get off the ground floor and make it closer to the net.
Milwaukee Bucks News - 11/21/2016
The Milwaukee Bucks had a tough last week and as they enter this week their power ranking has fallen from No. 15 to No. 23. The Bucks have been able to improve on their defensive playing but where they have seen a problem is their lack of consistency in the offense. The Bucks played the Warriors on Saturday and maintained a close game all the way to the end, with a final score of 124-121 Warriors. Milwaukee will host two games this week at the BMO Harris Bradley Center against the Magic and Raptors.
Milwaukee Bucks News - 11/7/2016
The next two upcoming games for the Milwaukee Bucks are against the Pelicans on 11/10 and the Grizzlies on 11/12; both will be played at home at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The average ticket prices for each game varies between the two games with the matchup against the Pelicans at $28 and against the Grizzlies the price average increases to $37.