Bucks Salute Green Bay Packers Organization at Halftime Saturday
Murphy, Woodson, Peprah Represent Super Bowl Champs
The Milwaukee Bucks will salute the Super Bowl Championship Green Bay Packers organization during a special halftime ceremony on Saturday night at the Bradley Center when the Bucks host Indiana at 7:30 p.m.
The Packers organization will be represented by Packers President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Murphy, cornerback Charles Woodson and safety Charlie Peprah.
Both players were key contributors to the Packers Super Bowl season. Peprah led all players with 10 total tackles in the Super Bowl and his 25 tackles in the postseason were fourth in the NFL. As one of the team's captains, Woodson recorded 18 tackles in the postseason. The 2009 NFL's Defensive Player of the Year was a Second-Team All-Pro pick by the Associated Press this season.
The ceremony will be hosted by Jon McGlocklin, the Original Buck, and will also include Bucks General Manager John Hammond, recipient of the 2009-10 NBA Executive of the Year award. Packers President and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Murphy, will speak. The NFL Super Bowl XLV Trophy is also expected to be on display during the ceremony. A special brief Super Bowl highlight video prepared by WITI-TV 6 will also be aired on the Jumbo-tron. The FOX Sports Wisconsin Bucks cablecast and the WTMJ Newsradio 620 Marshfield Clinic Radio Network will also carry coverage of the ceremony.
Tickets for Saturday's game are available at the Bradley Center Box Office (4th and Highland) from 10 a.m. until gametime. Tickets are also available at Bucks.com and by calling 1-800-4NBA-TIX.