Going to a basketball game lets fans feel the excitement and hear the pleas for quiet from the family living underneath the bleachers. Root for the home team with this GrouponLive deal to see the Milwaukee Bucks play at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Choose from Four Options
For the game against the Orlando Magic on Sunday, March 17, at noon:
- $20 for one ticket for upper-level corner seating (a $38.60 value, including fees), plus a food combo (up to a $10 value; up to a $48.60 total value).
- $35 for one ticket for lower-level end-zone seating (a $61.60 value, including fees), plus a food combo (up to a $10 value; up to a $71.60 total value)
- $40 for one ticket for lower-level corner seating (a $74.60 value, including fees), plus a food combo (up to a $10 value; up to an $84.60 total value)<p>
All guests 14 and younger at this game receive a free Bucks mini ball.<p>
For the game against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, March 24, at 2 p.m.:
- $20 for one ticket for upper-level corner seating (a $38.60 value, including fees), plus a food combo (up to a $10 value); up to a $48.60 total value)<p>
All guests at this game receive a free Brandon Jennings bobblehead.<p>
For all four options, the food combo includes one soft drink and choice of a hot dog, bratwurst, nachos, or popcorn.<p>
For both games, doors open one hour before tipoff.<p>
The Scouting Report
As the NBA regular season charges toward the homestretch, the Bucks continue to hold to the eighth and final playoff berth in a rough-and-tumble Eastern Conference. Through 59 games, the team sits at 30–29—just 3.5 games behind the fifth-place Atlanta Hawks, a team they can gain ground on with a win on March 24. This tight regular-season race makes every March and April game critical as the Bucks—who have the third-highest scoring offense in the conference—vie for an improved playoff seeding as the postseason and their mascot’s bedtime draw near.
Founded in 1968, the Milwaukee Bucks were still but yearlings when they won the NBA championship in 1971. Since then, the team has won 12 more division titles and produced some of basketball’s greatest stars. Dressed in their iconic white with stripes of hunter green—a fitting shade, as the team is named after dollar bills—the Bucks take the court in front of crowds that cheer at the antics and acrobatic stunts of the hometown sweetheart, Bango.