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What You'll Get
Click above to buy a 200-level ticket for the Bucks vs. the Atlanta Hawks on Monday, April 12, at 7 p.m. Click on the links below for other games and ticketing options:
- Buy here for a $10 400-level ticket for Wednesday, April 7, at 7 p.m. vs. the New Jersey Nets ($37 value).
- Buy here for a $30 200-level ticket for Wednesday, April 7, at 7 p.m. vs. the New Jersey Nets ($61 value).
- Buy here for a $10 400-level ticket for Monday, April 12, at 7 p.m. vs. the Atlanta Hawks ($37 value).
Unlike competitive chowder spooning, basketball is a professional sport that encourages any and all dribbling. Today’s Groupon gives you the opportunity to experience basketball in its most professional form with ticket options to two separate games. See the Milwaukee Bucks live in action on Wednesday, April 7, vs. the New Jersey Nets or on Monday, April 12, vs. the Atlanta Hawks from 400-level seats for $10 (a $37 value), or from 200-level seats for $30 (a $61 value). Choose your seating option and game date from the links above.
Rookie draft-pick Brandon Jennings, alongside Andrew Bogut and a five-man wrecking crew, has subverted all expectations by moving the team toward a 2010 playoff spot. A strong season finish leads the Bucks toward the warm embrace of the flappable Nets and the determined Hawks of Atlanta, though neither team possesses the striking reds and forest greens of the resilient Bucks. Friends and family can learn lessons of teamwork, ball control, and proper athletic-shorts length by exercising a vigilant eye and a perceptive basketball nose.
The April 7 contest falls on Bango Bobblehead night, when the team’s lovable, ruminant mascot nods along in plastic approval, and the April 12 matchup is on fan appreciation night, when fanatics are appreciated in appreciation of their appreciation for their team. Witness a bona fide Olympic sport in its stateside setting as the oncoming fervor of playoff fever promotes exciting displays of alley-oop hook shots encouraged by a chorus of squeaking sneakers.
The Journal Sentinel recounts the Bucks’ thrilling recent performance against the Denver Nuggets: > * It appeared to be an improbable task, maybe even an impossible one. But the Milwaukee Bucks captured one of their signature victories of a captivating season as they stunned the West’s No. 2 team, the Denver Nuggets, and used stifling defense to grab a 102-97 decision…“It’s a tough situation for us, coming off overtime and playing here in Colorado with the altitude and everything,” Bucks forward Carlos Delfino said. “I think we played smart and we pushed the gas on the key moments of the game. We controlled the situation on them.” – Charles F. Gardner
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 12, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with other offers. Must bring valid ID to the ticket office. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.