As a team looking to assert itself moving forward, the Milwaukee Bucks have the potential to make some serious noise in the 2018-19 season.
It’s been a long road for these Milwaukee Bucks, one filled with a multitude of twists and bruises, but now appears the time for the team to really break out of its shell and unlock the potential everyone knows to be lying within the new Fiserv Forum.
Despite his already mesmerizing greatness, Giannis Antetokounmpo still has another level to reach, which could spell even more doom for a league currently struggling to find a way to keep the long and muscular Greek Freak away from the bucket.
Notable additions to the organization include 29-year-old Brook Lopez, who boasts career averages of 17.9 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, and the 2015 Coach of the Year, Mike Budenholzer, whose offensive creativity should improve a system that ranked an underwhelming 15th in points per game last season.
With a new arena, head coach and an upgraded roster, everything is set up for the Bucks to have one of their best seasons in recent memory, and possibly get past the first round for the first time since Ray Allen donned those interesting purple and green jerseys back in 2001.