2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/10W 99-85
- 3/11W 102-95
- 3/13L 113-93
- 3/15W 97-96
- 3/17W 107-103
- 3/18L 117-92
- 3/21W 93-90
- 3/22W 116-98
- 3/24W 100-97
- 3/26L 109-94
- 3/28W 118-108
- 3/29W 103-100
- 3/31W 108-105
- 4/2L 109-105
- 4/4L 110-79
- 4/6L 104-89
- 4/8W 90-82
- 4/10W 89-79
- 4/12L 112-94
- 4/15W 97-83
- 4/18L 106-100
- 4/20W 104-77
- 4/22L 87-76
- 4/24L 118-93
- 4/27L 92-89
- Full Schedule
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Undrafted rookie Jalen Moore of Utah State will join Milwaukee Bucks Summer League squad, league sources tell ESPN.
Bucks reporter Eric Nehm joins Bryan Dee and Dan Needles to explain what "Bucks DNA" is and to recap the 2017 NBA draft.
It felt like Milwaukee reached quite a bit at No. 17 with D.J. Wilson, as it appears there's more sizzle than steak to his game.
Did the Bucks make the right moves during Thursday night's NBA draft? Vote now!
Rookie GM Jon Horst got off to a rocky start in his first draft. D.J. Wilson, the No. 17 pick, might have been a reach.
The Bucks will receive SMU guard Sterling Brown (via 76ers), who was the No. 46 overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft on Thursday night.
ESPN Stats and Information
Bucks draft D.J. Wilson No. 17. He was the only player in the Big Ten to average at least 10 points while shooting 50% from the field and 80% on free throws last season.
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
D.J. Wilson, the 17th pick by Milwaukee, is a prospect I liked a lot more watching him play than looking at his statistics. We'll see which view was right.
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
With the No. 17 overall pick, the Bucks selected D.J. Wilson (F, Michigan). The already-long Bucks add another player with significant wingspan. The 6-foot-10 Wilson was measured at a 7-foot-3 wingspan at the combine.
Ben Alamar ESPN Analytics
DJ Wilson has a 30% chance of being at least a role player in the NBA according to ESPN's analytic draft model. Scores efficiently but is terrible on the glass.
The Milwaukee Bucks selected Michigan forward D.J. Wilson with the No. 17 overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft on Thursday night.
TVV joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the latest with the Bucks and the NBA draft, the Packers' offseason and whether the Brewers are contenders or not.
On NBA draft day, new Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst joined Wilde and Tony to discuss the team's approach, Giannis and future plans to build a contending team.
Having gotten great value from a senior prospect last year in Malcolm Brogdon, why shouldn't the Bucks try it again with this Villanova product?
Does the Greek Freak get the nod over a crowded field? Let your voice be heard by casting a vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.
Greg and TJ talk about hypothetical MLB trades with the Brewers. Later, Tony joins to discuss the recent NBA trades, rumors and draft.
Greg Monroe has informed the Bucks that he will exercise his $17.88 million player option for next season, opting against becoming a free agent on July 1.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Milwaukee Bucks have been notified that Greg Monroe has elected to exercise 2017-18 player option of $17 million, league sources tell ESPN.
In 1969, the Bucks took Abdul-Jabbar, who has more career win shares than any other No. 1 overall selection in NBA draft history, including Tim Duncan and LeBron James.
Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer
The Bucks just announced today that Zanik, their assistant GM, did not stay with the organization after Jon Horst was appointed Milwaukee GM
The Bucks on Monday introduced new general manager Jon Horst, an internal hire who said he's ready to lead the organization into Thursday night's NBA draft.
Jason Wilde joins Bryan Dee and Dan Needles to discuss the process that the Bucks went through to come to Jon Horst as their new general manager.
Points Per Game103.620th
Rebounds Per Game40.429th
Assists Per Game24.25th