Milwaukee Bucks Unveil New Court with Retro Look

September 24th, 2013 by Grant Hughes Leave a reply »

With a new guard rotation and hometown product Caron Butler aboard, the Milwaukee Bucks are going to look quite a bit different on the court this year.

Of course, the court itself has also undergone a makeover.

The Bucks unveiled renderings of the new paint job at the Milwaukee Art Museum in an event that doubled as a "bear with us" plea from a handful of the franchise's luminaries. The team is pitching youth and hope in advance of the 2013-14 season, and a new court is just part of the rebranding effort.

Here's the first reveal of the design, appropriately unveiled by the team's cornerstones, Larry Sanders and John Henson:

You can also check out video of the big moment on the Bucks' Instagram account.

If you're thinking to yourself, "that looks awfully familiar," it's probably because the new look is hardly a big departure from the old one. Here's what the Bucks played on last season:

The logo at midcourt is a little bigger now, and most of the red accents are gone. The most significant change is the pair of back-to-back wood grain letter "M's" that cover the e ...

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