The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Aaron Rodgers discusses how he came to be involved in Bucks ownership.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we hear about Aaron Rodgers’ role and future aspirations as a minority owner of the Bucks, consider who the team’s second star is, and much more.
With the Packers season over, it wouldn’t be all that surprising to again see Rodgers in attendance at a Bucks game in the near future, even as he notes that they’ve got plenty going on to draw attention without him.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind the Buck Pass From 1/23/19
Win in 6 Podcast #256: Kidd anniversary, Marques’ number, All-Star trends (read here): Jordan Treske and I gathered for the latest episode of the podcast, in which we marked the anniversary of Jason Kidd‘s dismissal, discussed Marques Johnson‘s jersey retirement, and much more.
Best of Bucks Around the Internet From 1/23/19
How Aaron Rodgers bought into the Milwaukee Bucks…and what’s his future in franchise ownership (read here): Jim Owczarski of Packers News spoke to Aaron Rodgers and Wes Edens about how the Packers QB became a part of the Bucks’ ownership, and what his long-term plans are on that front.
Blogtable: Who is the second star on the Bucks this season? (read here): NBA.com’s staff discuss the question of who’s next in the pecking order behind Giannis Antetokounmpo for the Bucks, particularly with the All-Star selections fast approaching.
Picking the all-time Bucks All-Star team (read here): Alex Boeder of Bucks.com shared his picks for an all-time Bucks’ All-Star selection, pinpointing specific seasons for his starters and reserves.
Wisconsin Herd celebrates strong fan base despite losing season (read here): Margaret Naczek of the Oshkosh Northwestern details how the Wisconsin Herd’s support has remained strong this season, in spite of their losing record.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.