Submitted by mgrahl on September 6, 2012 - 9:12pm
Jim Paschke talks with former Bucks coach, Don Nelson, on his Basketball Hall of Fame Induction.
Submitted by mstanton on September 6, 2012 - 11:50am
Around 100 Bucks MVPs took their swings at the annual Bucks Home Run Derby crown
The late Guy Rodgers, profiled recently on Bucks.com, helped lay the foundation of the Milwaukee Bucks franchise, arriving in the 1968 National Basketball Association Expansion Draft and spending the final two seasons of a stellar career in the Brew City.
The Bucks family lost Rodgers in 2001 when he died of a heart attack.
What former member of the Milwaukee Bucks who is not enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame most deserves the honor?
This vote goes to one of the Bucks’ originals. It is not a totally unbiased one, since its recipient was the first professional basketball player with whom this voter shared a personal connection. But it certainly carries legitimacy, too.