Everything You Need to Know About the Milwaukee Bucks’ 2015-16 NBA Season

October 19th, 2015 by Zach Buckley Leave a reply »

The Milwaukee Bucks were one of the most surprising stars of the NBA's 2014-15 campaign, storming out of the cellar and into an unlikely playoff berth.

Following a 15-win season with a 41-41 record is impressive enough. Doing it without three opening-night starters by the year's second half—one injured (Jabari Parker), one traded away (Brandon Knight) and one bought out (Larry Sanders)—is nothing short of incredible.

There is a rightfully substantial buzz around the team heading into head coach Jason Kidd's second season at the helm. Loaded with youth, versatility and athleticism, the Bucks are constructing a ceiling that currently sits too high to be seen.

Their best days are likely a year or two down the road, but their present won't lack for excitement. All the key pieces of their second-ranked defense are back, and the front office spent the summer finding offensive help via the draft, trade market and free agency.


Key Additions/Subtractions

Additions: Greg Monroe (free agent), Greivis Vasquez (trade), Rashad Vaughn (draft), Chris Copeland (f ...

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