The Milwaukee Bucks are one of six teams not playing inside the bubble on Wednesday as part of a boycott.
All three games that were scheduled to take place in Orlando, including what the Bucks hoped was going to be the conclusion of their series against the Magic, was postponed due to a boycott in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis. According to CBS Sports, it was the Bucks that started the trickle effect that cause the games to be postponed. Orlando guard Michael Carter-Williams told NBA reporter Jeff Goodman according to a tweet that the Magic were not notified of the Bucks decision not to play, but they were happy to stand in solidarity with them. Multiple reports say there will be a players' meeting to discuss how the rest of the playoffs will move forward after Wednesday's postponements.
As of 5 p.m., MLB.com's Adam McCalvy is reporting the Milwaukee Brewers are also considering their own game tonight against the Cincinnati Reds.