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Milwaukee Bucks hold the fifth-longest NBA winning streak by games (20).

The Bucks have won two conference championships (1971 and 1974) and one NBA title (1971).

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About the Milwaukee Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks are an American professional basketball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; they play in the Eastern Conference of the NBA. The Bucks hold two conference championships (1971 and 1974) and one NBA title (1971). The Bucks play their home games at the Capital One Arena

The Bucks Timeline

The Bucks franchise was founded in 1968. Unfortunately, the team had a bad start in their inaugural season. However, the Buck were lucky to win a coin toss to earn the first pick in the 1969 NBA draft, which they used to select Lew Alcindor (later changed to his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar when he converted to Islam). As a result, Milwaukee made a big improvement in the number of games won in 1969-70 season (29 from 11 in their first season). This season the Bucks finished with the second best record in the NBA (56-26). The following season Milwaukee traded for future Hall of Fame point guard Oscar Robertson, who helped the Bucks to a league-best 66-16 in the 1970-71 season. The Bucks team was able to defeat the San Francisco Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, and Baltimore Bullets in the postseason and managed to win the NBA title in just their third season, a record for all four major North American professional team sports.

The Bucks continued to remain a powerhouse for the first half of the 1970s. In 1972, they earned their third consecutive 60-win season; this was the first NBA team ever to do so. Milwaukee managed to beat the Warriors in the playoffs 4-1, but lost the conference finals to Los Angeles 4-1. In the early part of 1973, the team suffered several injuries and therefore, the Buck found themselves out of the playoffs early. Nonetheless, they were back to the NBA Finals the following year against the Boston Celtics.  During game six of the series Abdul-Jabbar made his famous “sky hook” shot and ended a classic double-overtime victory for the Bucks.  However, the Buck came in short on game seven and lost the series to the Celtics.  





At the beginning of the 1974-75 season, Abdul-Jabbar suffered a hand injury and the team got off to a 3-13 start. Milwaukee continued to have other injuries and that season the team fell to the bottom of their division with 38 wins and 44 losses. After that season Abdul-Jabbar requested a trade to either Los Angeles or New York City.  The front office tried to convince him to stay without luck and so in June 16, 1975, the Bucks made a mega-trade by sending Abdul-Jabbar to the Lakers for Elmore Smith, Junior Bridgeman, Brian Winters and David Meyers. This trade created a series of events which led to a change of team ownership.

For several seasons, the Bucks unfortunately did not make it past the second round of the play-offs and in the 1991-92 season the team entered into a seven-year postseason drought.  As of 2018, the Bucks have not returned to the NBA Finals.



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