Milwaukee Bucks Tickets

Last season the Bucks took a trip to the playoffs despite losing their 2nd overall pick in the draft, Jabari Parker. After winning the offseason free agency battle for star big man Greg Monroe, Milwaukee will surely be making some noise in the Eastern Conference. Find cheap Milwaukee Bucks tickets on Rukkus and catch the action at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

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How do I buy the best price Milwaukee Bucks tickets?

The best way to purchase Milwaukee Bucks tickets is to go directly to the specific Milwaukee Bucks page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Bucks listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for BMO Harris Bradley Center that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of BMO Harris Bradley Center provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Milwaukee Bucks tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Milwaukee Bucks tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at BMO Harris Bradley Center. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NBA ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.

Can I buy away tickets for the Milwaukee Bucks?

Purchasing tickets for the Milwaukee Bucks when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Milwaukee Bucks page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Milwaukee Bucks tickets go on sale?

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Can I purchase home game tickets for the Milwaukee Bucks?

Rukkus makes it simple to find and buy home game tickets for the Bucks. The schedule for all games happening at BMO Harris Bradley Center are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NBA ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home game tickets for the Bucks. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is even an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.

What makes BMO Harris Bradley Center special?

The BMO Harris Bradley Center is the third oldest arena in the entire NBA, only behind Oracle Arena and Madison Square Garden. BMO Harris Bradley Center has been home to the Milwaukee Bucks since the stadium was opened in 1988 and has therefore seen years and years of history made. The BMO Bradley Center is home not only to the Milwaukee Bucks, but also to the Marquette University Golden Eagles NCAA men’s basketball team.

Who are some marquee players that have been a part of the Milwaukee Bucks team in the past?

The Milwaukee Bucks have seen many players go through their figurative team doors, including four first overall draft picks. Some notable players include Oscar Robertson who is the only player to ever average a triple-double, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who is considered one of the greatest centers of all time, as well as Glenn Robinson, Bob Lanier, Gary Payton, Tiny Archibald, and Brian Winters.

How have the Milwaukee Bucks performed historically?

The Milwaukee Bucks have won one NBA Championship in its history as a part of the NBA. While the Bucks have only been able to win one NBA Championship in their history, they have also won two conference titles, as well as a total of thirteen division titles.

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Milwaukee Bucks Overview

During the 1960s the NBA went through rapid expansion and added many teams nationwide. The city of Milwaukee was awarded one of those teams with the creation of the Bucks in 1968. Even though the Green Bay Packers were often identified with Milwaukee (they split home games between there and Lambeau from 1933-1994), this was the first major professional sports team to call Milwaukee, Wisconsin home as the Brewers would join MLB in 1969.

Like nearly all expansion teams, the Bucks struggled out the blocks as they had the second worst record in the NBA during their debut season (27-55). However the Bucks would win a pivotal coin flip that gave them the first pick of the 1969 NBA draft. Their selection, Lew Alcindor, was a no-brainer as he was arguably the greatest player in NCAA history with three national championships and three player of the year awards at UCLA. Alcindor, who would change his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, paid immediate dividends as the Bucks went from having the league’s second worst record to having its second best record in the 1969-70 season. The young Bucks fell to the veteran Knicks in the playoffs and the team felt they needed its own veteran presence to reach the next step. That presence came in the form of former MVP and nine-time All-Star Oscar Robertson.

With Abdul-Jabbar manning the post and Robertson running the point, the 1970-71 Bucks blitzed the league by going 66-16 and winning the NBA championship. That win total was the second most in NBA history at that point and that title remains the only in franchise history. The Bucks were competitive over the few seasons but the franchise lost its “franchise” in 1975 by trading Abdul-Jabbar who wanted out of the Midwest. In 1976 the team officially began its rebuilding phase by hiring Don Nelson as both coach and general manager just six months after he played in his last game as a player.

Nelson was an unorthodox coach and employed a system known as “Nellieball”. It was essentially a run-and-gun style offense in which smaller, more athletic players were preferred over typical post players. Players such as Marques Johnson, Sidney Moncrief, and Terry Cummings became fan favorites and All-Stars. The Bucks would make the playoffs every year between 1980 and 1991 under Nelson, and later, Nelson disciple, Del Harris. The only teams who won more games than the Bucks during the 1980s were the Lakers, Celtics, and 76ers. However, those three teams also won something else – at least one NBA title during the decade. Milwaukee made three Eastern Conference Finals but were unable to ever get past that stage.

After Harris was ousted in 1991 the Bucks again went through another rebuilding period, one that would not come into fruition until George Karl took over in 1999. The team would make the playoffs four times in five years under Karl including advancing all the way to Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals in the 2000-01 season. These teams were offensive juggernauts and led by the trio of Sam Cassell, Ray Allen, and Glenn Robinson. But like his predecessors, Karl failed to advance to the Finals and was fired in 2003.

The following decade was marked by inconsistency and instability. From the 2003-04 season through 2013-14 the team went through six head coaches and had just one All-Star selection (Michael Redd) which tied for the fewest in the league. The team lacked an identity but they have seemingly found one by the trade for Jason Kidd as head coach in 2014.

Kidd was a nine-time member of the All-Defensive team during his playing days and he has brought that defense-first approach to Milwaukee. The Bucks went from dead last in defensive rating (points allowed per 100 possessions) in 2013-14 to fourth best during Kidd’s first season. Milwaukee led the NBA in steals which is right in line with the playing style of their coach who ranks second in NBA history in that statistic. Kidd led the Bucks to a 41-41 record which is just the second time since 2004-05 the team finished with at least a .500 record. The team lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Bulls but secured their first playoff wins since the 2009-10 season.

Milwaukee fans are undoubtedly excited about the future of this team as the Bucks were the third youngest team in the NBA last season. The core of Michael Carter-Williams, Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Jabari Parker can match the talent of any young foursome in the league. Antetokounmpo, AKA the “Greek Freak” has true star potential as the league may have never seen his combination of length and skill from a wing. He’ll enter his third season at just 20 years old which is younger than most incoming rookies and his game will only get better as he gains more experience.

Bucks’ fans are known as some of the most rambunctious in the NBA and many have said their home games have a collegiate feel. The BMO Harris Bradley Center has been home to the Bucks since 1998 but that tenure is expected to come to an end soon. The team is planning on building a new arena in downtown Milwaukee that should open for the 2017-18 season. This proposed arena should help boost the value of the franchise which currently sits at 30th out of 30 NBA teams per Forbes.

The 2015-16 season will be the 48th in franchise history but the team still lacks a true face of the franchise. Despite the accomplishments of Abdul-Jabbar, he only donned the Bucks’ uniform for six of his 20 NBA seasons. Ten players have played for the Bucks and made the Hall of Fame with Abdul-Jabbar’s tenure being the longest. Sustained success is the best way for casual fans to latch onto the team and its players. Bucks fans are long overdue for that success and they’re hoping that someone from this current squad will emerge from the crowd.

Milwaukee Bucks Lineup

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo
  • Jerryd Bayless
  • Jared Dudley
  • John Henson
  • Ersan Ilyasova
  • Damien Inglis
  • Brandon Knight
  • Kendall Marshall
  • O.J. Mayo
  • Khris Middleton
  • Johnny O'Bryant III
  • Zaza Pachulia
  • Jabari Parker
  • Larry Sanders
  • Nate Wolters

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Cheap Milwaukee Bucks Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Washington Wizards — 11/17/2015
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$2.00 NBA Preseason: Milwaukee Bucks at Detroit Pistons — 10/09/2014
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
$2.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Indiana Pacers — 03/12/2015
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$2.00 Milwaukee Bucks at New Orleans Pelicans — 03/17/2015
Smoothie King Center; New Orleans, LA
$2.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Indiana Pacers — 11/04/2014
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$2.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Memphis Grizzlies — 01/28/2016
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$3.00 Denver Nuggets at Milwaukee Bucks — 11/30/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$3.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Detroit Pistons — 03/21/2016
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
$3.00 Milwaukee Bucks at Washington Wizards — 01/13/2016
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Milwaukee Bucks at Cleveland Cavaliers — 10/13/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH

Best and Most Expensive Milwaukee Bucks Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,235.00NBA Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 4 — 06/18/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$1,139.00NBA Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 3 — 06/14/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$1,122.00Milwaukee Bucks at Boston Celtics — 04/08/2016
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$1,044.00NBA Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 2 — 06/07/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$948.00NBA Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 1 — 06/04/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$614.00NBA Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 4 — 06/01/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$567.00NBA Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 3 — 05/29/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$547.00NBA Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 2 — 05/21/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$519.00NBA Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at Milwaukee Bucks - Home Game 1 — 05/19/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$394.00NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Chicago Bulls at Milwaukee Bucks - Game 4 — 04/25/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI