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BREAKING: Milwaukee Bucks Fire Jason Kidd

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In the NBA, with the NBA All-Star game fast approaching, the Milwaukee Bucks have announced that they are firing head coach Jason Kidd. This according to ESPN.

Currently, they are above .500 with a record of 23-28. Milwaukee is 3rd in the Central division and 8th in the Eastern Conference.

Joe Prunty, who is the assistant coach of the Milwaukee Bucks will coach the team on Monday according to NBA on ESPN analyst Adrian Wojnarowski.

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Bucks’ Eric Bledsoe to Miss Start of Season

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Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe will miss the start of the 2019-2020 regular season after suffering a small fracture of his rib, according to ESPN’s Eric Woodyard.

Per the report, Bledsoe could miss up to three weeks after he suffered the injury during the Bucks 133-99 victory over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night in preseason action.

Bledsoe averaged 15.9 points and 5.5 assists last season for the Bucks, his second season with the team. Bledsoe signed a four-year, $70 million contract extension back in May.

Bledsoe’s injury was initially diagnosed as a strained oblique muscle.

“It feels like it’s not that severe, but I’m sure Troy and those guys will give me an update,” Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Just talking to Bled (it seemed positive) — I don’t know if you can trust Bled – Troy will be the truth-teller.”

With Bledsoe sidelined, the Bucks will now turn to veteran point guard George Hill, who is expected to help take Bledsoe’s place.

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Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo Suing Over Alleged ‘Rip Off’

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Milwaukee Bucks superstar and 2019 NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo is taking his battle off court and to the courtroom as he takes aim at an alleged ‘Greek Freak’ rip off.

According to TMZ Sports, Antetokounmpo is suing Philadelphia-based artists Jinder Bhogal, who runs a business selling NBA player-inspired clothing on his official website, for selling ‘Greek Freak’ shirts without obtaining his permission.

Bhogal even once offered his clients 10% off anything in the “Greek Freak” collection.

Antetokounmpo says he owns the trademark to use “Greek Freak” for commercial purposes, and court docs indicated that Antetokounmpo sent Bhogal a cease and desist letter, but the artists never responded, which prompted the lawsuit coming forth.

Antetokounmpo is seeking around $2 million in total damages for the copyright infringement.

 

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Bucks Gaming Partners with Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin

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Bucks Gaming, the official NBA 2K League team of the Milwaukee Bucks has officially partnered up with Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.

The health network will be acting as the team’s official health care partner and will welcome visits from Bucks Gaming’s players to interact with patients at their facilities.

The Milwaukee Bucks renewed its partnership with Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin for a third year earlier in 2019, marking the first partner of the team to expand it’s sponsorship to include the esports side, NBA 2K.

“We’re thrilled to extend the organization’s partnership with Froedtert & MCW to Bucks Gaming” Colin Hayes, co-managing director of Bucks Gaming said. “We’ve placed an enormous emphasis on health and wellness for our players this season and believe that a healthy lifestyle is paramount to achieving peak performance for our team on and off the court.”

“We are excited to be a part of Bucks Gaming, and we see this partnership as another way to connect with a younger generation within our community and stress the importance of good health to NBA 2K League fans” Chris Sadler, Director of Marketing/Advertising and Digital Communications for Froedtert Health said.

“This expanded partnership with the Bucks continues to reflect the conviction of both organizations that it is our role and responsibility to lead the way toward a strong and healthy future for our city and all involved in the NBA 2K League.”

We are likely to see the bulk of action from the esports team play out on Twitch streams, but we could see esports trickle over to Mixer streams, Dlive streams, and perhaps even Caffeine streams in the future.

While there are currently no additional details available, stay tuned to the esports news wire for more information in the future.

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