The Milwaukee Bucks are an American Basketball team competing in the Easter Conference Central Division of the NBA. The Bucks were founded in 1968 and play their home games at Fiserv Forum. The team from Milwaukee has won one NBA Championship in 1971.
Bucks' first season, 1968-69 was a struggle and their record that year was 27-55. Bucks won the coin flip against Phoenix Suns to get the first pick in 1969 draft and picked Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The Milwaukee Bucks improved their record considerably in 1969-70 and reached the Division Finals, where they lost to the New York Knicks. Oscar Robertson joined the Bucks in 1970 and Oscar along with Kareem led the Bucks to their first and only NBA Championship in 1971. The Bucks won the conference title again in 1974 and reached the NBA Finals only to lose against Boston Celtics, in a closely contested NBA Finals series. The Milwaukee Bucks have failed to reach the NBA Finals after 1974. Some of the prominent players to have played for the Bucks include Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Oscar Robertson, Ray Allen and Moses Malone.
Milwaukee Bucks Record - Last 10 Seasons
|Season||Division Finish||Conference Finish||Record||Playoffs|
|2017-18||3rd||7th||44-38||Lost First Round|
|2016-17||2nd||6th||42-40||Lost First Round|
|2014-15||3rd||6th||41-41||Lost First Round|
|2012-13||3rd||8th||38-44||Lost First Round|
|2009-10||2nd||6th||46-36||Lost First Round|
Milwaukee Bucks Roster