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The word "Bango" was originally coined by Eddie Doucette , the longtime play-by-play announcer for the Bucks. Doucette used the word whenever a Bucks player connected on a long-range basket.
It was often used for sharpshooter Jon McGlocklin. When it came time for the Bucks to choose a name for their new mascot, the name "Bango" won the contest.
Bango has been the Bucks' official mascot since on October 18, , which was Milwaukee's home opener of the —78 season. Bango has worked hard to become popular with Bucks fans throughout the state of Wisconsin over the years, appearing at schools, parades, and festivals as a goodwill ambassador for the team.
His high-flying acrobatic layups, daring rebounds, and other entertaining antics still play an important role in energizing Bucks fans at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
While standing on one basket's rim, Bango's right leg slipped through the hoop, and he fell on the rim.
He then slipped further and fell through the basket entirely. Bango tore his ACL due to the fall and was unable to perform for the remainder of the —09 season, periodically making appearances at games in a wheelchair.
A video of Bango's injury at the Mascot Challenge was uploaded onto YouTube shortly after the incident occurred. During game four of the —10 first-round playoff series between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Atlanta Hawks , Bango successfully performed a back-flip dunk from the top of a foot ladder, a feat similar to the Seattle SuperSonics ' mascot Squatch 's feat during a March 19, , game between the SuperSonics and the Phoenix Suns.
Bango has also dunked the ball while in a human hamster wheel in and made a behind the back half-court shot in New Orleans at the NBA All-Star game.
Bango has also made many television appearances. In , Bango was featured on a Hulu original documentary series called, Behind the Mask. The episode series focuses on the unsung heroes of sports mascots.
The series follows the lives of seven mascots at different levels, both inside and outside the suit. The Bucks' first uniforms were based on the Boston Celtics ' uniforms [ citation needed ] , featuring block lettering and numbers.
The hunter green road uniforms featured the city name and numbers in white with red trim. The home white uniforms featured the team nickname and numbers in hunter green with red trim; the color scheme was reversed for the —72 season.
In the —74 season , the road uniforms featured a script "Milwaukee" and numbers in red with white trim; two seasons later they used the same design for their home uniforms.
In the —76 season the road uniforms changed to the block "Milwaukee" lettering while retaining the script home uniform. The shorts featured the alternate Bucks logo on the left leg.
It now featured side stripes of kelly, lime and hunter green a. Both the hunter green and white uniforms featured the streamlined "Bucks" lettering from the team logo and block lettering.
They removed the color red prior to the —86 season. The Bucks changed their logo and uniforms for the —94 season. The purple road uniforms featured a modernized "Bucks" lettering from their logo and numbers in silver with hunter green trim, with green side stripes.
The home white uniforms featured the same lettering and numbers in hunter green with silver trim, with purple side stripes.
The stripes were extended to the jersey in the —02 season. In the —96 season the Bucks unveiled a hunter green alternate uniform.
The script "Bucks" lettering was in white fading to silver and purple and numbers were in white with green and purple trim.
The uniform featured the graphic deer logo on the right side. They were retired after the —99 season. It would be resurrected for the —13 season during Hardwood Classics Nights, to updated uniform standards.
The uniforms were changed again for the —07 season. The new home uniform was white with hunter green stripes on the sides.
Inside each green stripe is a thinner red stripe that splits into two stripes near the shoulders. The numbers are green with a red outline.
Milwaukee had two road uniforms as part of this set. The primary one was hunter green and a similar design to the home uniform with white numbers with a silver highlight and red outline.
Both uniforms jerseys said "BUCKS" across the chest in beveled block letters, the 'B' and 'S' slightly larger than the rest of the letters.
A secondary road uniform was introduced in the —09 season. Consisting of red jersey and shorts, it was made to resemble the —73 uniforms.
It says "Milwaukee" in white and silver writing, along with the numbers. The uniform set was tweaked for the —15 season , with the addition of a gold tab commemorating their championship and the move of the NBA logo to the back.
The 'Bucks' lettering was tweaked to make all the letters the same height. During the —15 season, hints were made by the Bucks that their logo and uniforms were going to be redesigned.
For one home game, it was anticipated that new uniforms were going to be revealed with hunter orange replacing red as the secondary color.
It turned out to be an April Fool's joke, though the Bucks did announce that a new logo and colors would be revealed on April 13, On April 13, , the Milwaukee Bucks unveiled new primary and secondary logos, as well as a new color scheme.
The new branding will take effect beginning with the —16 NBA season. The Bucks' new official colors are Good Land green a reference to "Milwaukee" being supposedly based on an Algonquian word meaning "The Good Land" , Cream City cream based on Milwaukee's old nickname of "the Cream City ", which came from the cream-colored bricks that were used for constructing many of Milwaukee's buildings back during the late 19th century , Great Lakes blue, black, and white.
On June 6, , the Milwaukee Bucks unveiled their new home and road uniforms, to be worn beginning with the —16 season.
The new uniforms remained white at home and green on the road, but red is now replaced by cream.
The 'Milwaukee' city name also returned to the road uniforms for the first time since In addition, the jerseys feature a unique color block pattern on the sides, titled the "Cream City Rainbow".
The pattern consists of the team's new colors of green, cream, royal blue and black, which the Bucks described as an homage to the "Irish Rainbow" design of the s.
Blue was also included inside the collar, representing Milwaukee and Wisconsin's "blue collar" citizens, while the inscription "Fear the Deer" was written on the bottom left upside down.
On October 3, , the Milwaukee Bucks unveiled a new black alternate uniform. The uniforms still feature the trim and the "Cream City Rainbow" on the sides, with the new Bucks logo in the center and the uniform number placed between the antlers of the logo.
In conjunction with the unveiling of the uniform, dubbed the "Fear the Deer uniform", the team also unveiled a new alternate court design, a first in NBA history.
The team planned to wear the black alternate uniform and play on the alternate court design for at least four 4 home games during the —16 season.
In , as part of the NBA's new protocol for uniforms, with each team allotted 5 different uniform sets, the Bucks added to their regular home now "Association" white and road now "Icon" green uniforms, as well as their alternate black "Statement" uniforms.
For their retro uniform, the Bucks went with a replica version of their inaugural home uniforms from to , as part of the Bucks celebrating their 50th season in the NBA.
In addition, the Bucks were also given new "City" uniforms, conceived by Nike as a way of commemorating each of the NBA teams' city history and pride.
The "City" uniforms, dubbed "Cream City" uniforms, featured cream-colored jerseys and shorts, with the "Cream City Rainbow" running horizontally along the front of the uniform, with the Bucks logo in the middle.
The "Cream City Rainbow" was also on the shorts, shaped in an "M" on both sides that are part of the regular Bucks' uniform design. For the —19 season, Milwaukee's "City" uniform will pay homage to Robert Indiana's famous MECCA court, featuring yellow, beige and red as base colors and light blue and forest green on the hem of the shorts.
The Bucks would also wear an "Earned" uniform by virtue of qualifying in the playoffs; this uniform is essentially the "City" uniform but with the visual elements of red with green stripes, inspired from the — "Irish Rainbow" home uniform.
The Bucks made slight updates to the black "Statement" uniform prior to the —20 season. It was essentially a black version of the team's —18 "City" uniform, with the exception of the "Fear the Deer" insignia on the beltline and near the jock tag.
The Bucks' —20 "City" uniform again used a cream base, this time with a stylized "Cream City" wordmark in front. Blue, cream and green stripes run through the piping while a giant "M" insignia is featured on the shorts.
List of the last five seasons completed by the Bucks. For the full season-by-season history, see List of Milwaukee Bucks seasons.
Roster Last transaction: —02— The Bucks hold the draft rights to the following unsigned draft picks who have been playing outside the NBA.
A drafted player, either an international draftee or a college draftee who is not signed by the team that drafted him, is allowed to sign with any non-NBA team.
In this case, the team retains the player's draft rights in the NBA until one year after the player's contract with the non-NBA team ends.
Since the —08 season, all Bucks games not nationally broadcast have aired exclusively on regional cable television over Fox Sports Wisconsin.
In the Bucks agreed to a seven year extension with the network. Bucks games produced by Fox Sports are also carried on the Fox Sports Go application within the team's broadcast territory.
The telecasts during each station's tenures as the over-the-air TV home of the Bucks consisted of almost exclusively road games; very few Bucks home games on either station were televised through the years, as the Bucks were one of the last NBA teams to regularly televise home games.
The Bucks, along with their respective TV partners, co-produced and distributed the over-the-air telecasts to stations throughout Wisconsin. Since , Jim Paschke has been the team's television play-by-play announcer, with former Buck Jon McGlocklin providing color commentary for the team from to From to , veteran announcer Gus Johnson called selected games alongside Paschke on a rotating basis.
During that time, former Buck Marques Johnson also was in the booth for selected games, but became the new permanent color commentator for the —19 season when the team moved to the Fiserv Forum.
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