The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as the Bucks Foundation staged its annual golf event and auction.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we get the details on the Bucks Foundation’s latest staging of their annual golf event, learn of Wes Edens’ involvement with other NBA owners in a new tequila, and much more.
As always, this year’s version of the Bucks Foundation’s golf outing was star-studded, with Pat Connaughton, D.J. Wilson, and Donte DiVincenzo among the current players in attendance.
Like you can each and every day, keep on coming around here to Behind the Buck Pass to get the latest coverage, analysis and various developments that relates to all three and the organization as a whole.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind the Buck Pass From 9/16/19
Milwaukee Bucks: Player grades for 2019 FIBA World Cup: I took a closer look at how Milwaukee’s players performed individually at the FIBA World Cup, offering up grades for all involved.
Milwaukee Bucks: Can Brook Lopez maintain defensive importance?: Jordan Treske made the case for Brook Lopez once again being an integral cog in the Bucks’ defense in the upcoming season.
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Bucks Foundation golf event: For making a difference with a championship contender: Jay Sorgi of WTMJ reported from the Bucks Foundation’s annual golf event on Monday, with the Bucks also sharing snippets of Pat Connaughton’s play on Twitter.
The inside story of how Michael Jordan and four other NBA owners launched the super-premium tequila brand Cincoro: Chloe Sorvino of Forbes wrote about the high end tequila created by Bucks owner Wes Edens along with a group of high-profile NBA co-owners, and how the idea came about in the first place.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.