The Milwaukee Bucks have been in a continuous news stream with a hectic past month. The Bucks organization stands different than it did 30 days ago with player acquisitions, trades, signings, uniforming, preseason play and the NBA draft.
The Bucks most recently signed Giannis Antetkounmpo to a 5-year supermax contract extension earlier this week. Prior to the Antetokounmpo signing, preseason play started in its moderated season fashion. Dating back to the beginning of December, the Bucks announced their city edition alternate uniforms that represent “the gathering place by the water.” The end of November featured a couple key roster additions to the lineup, most notably in the Jrue Holiday signing that was a part of a 4-team deal in addition to draft pick options. The NBA draft occurred on November 18th in which the Bucks picked up some shooting help in Sam Merrill and Jordan Nwora. Bucks GM Jon Horst has given a new look to the Bucks in a matter of weeks, this new look will feature during the 2020-21 NBA season that starts on Wednesday, December 23rd for Milwaukee.