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Milwaukee Bucks Details
Milwaukee is a city with a proud basketball history, and the Milwaukee Bucks have been the gatekeepers of that identity for many years with a great fan base backing them every step of the way. Included in that backing is support during the NBA Playoffs, where the Bucks have made many appearances, including plenty of trips during the team’s heyday.
That heyday came when the Bucks had Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the roster, as they were able to use one of the best scorers in NBA history to be a dominant force in the league for an extended period of time. As if that wasn’t enough, they had Oscar Robertson on the team too, with two of the best players in the history of the game teaming up in an era where super teams weren’t formed on a regular basis.
Those two stars helped the Bucks win a championship in the 1970-71 season, when the Bucks defeated the then-Baltimore Bullets in a four-game sweep to claim the first NBA title in franchise history just three seasons into the team’s existence. Robertson averaged over 18 points per game and nearly nine assists per game as well, and getting the ball to Kareem made it easy for him to rack up assists given how good Kareem was at putting the ball in the basket.
Just a few years later, the Bucks were back in the NBA Finals. The 1974 Finals saw them take on the Boston Celtics, who managed to get the better of the Bucks in a thrilling seven-game series. With several Hall of Famers on each side, the series was a delight. Milwaukee was able to win two games that went into overtime in the series, including a double-overtime win in game six of the series, before the Celtics were able to pull away from them in game seven.
Because of that NBA Finals series, as well as more recent confrontations between the two teams, the Celtics make a natural choice as a rival of the Bucks when it comes to playoff competition.
When Do Bucks Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Milwaukee Bucks playoff tickets go on sale late in the regular season, once it is clear that the Bucks are going to get into the playoffs. Given the nature of the NBA schedule, this happens largely in the months of March and April. However, this can happen earlier depending on how the Bucks are doing compared to the other teams in their division and in the Eastern Conference as a whole.
How Much Do Bucks Playoff Tickets Cost?
On average, Milwaukee Bucks playoff tickets cost $92 on the resale market. That said, it is worth keeping in mind that prices can be higher or lower depending on where a fan wants to sit, as well as what portion of the playoffs is taking place. If a fan wants floor seats at the NBA Finals, for example, those seats will likely cost more than $92, whereas early round playoff tickets in the upper levels have the potential to cost less.