The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Bucks forward Sterling Brown officially filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Milwaukee Police Department Tuesday morning.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, we have the latest update in the Sterling Brown case against the Milwaukee Police Department, Bucks general manager Jon Horst meets with local media ahead of this year’s NBA Draft and much more.
As was expected weeks ago, Brown and his legal team, headed by attorney Mark Thomsen, have gone ahead and taken the next steps in their case against the Milwaukee Police Department, and more details regarding the many officers’ behavior and actions during and after the incident have been made public as a result of the suit.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 6/19/18
Milwaukee Bucks: Taking a look at the history of 17th overall picks (read here): As the Bucks hold the 17th overall pick in this year’s draft, I went through their lackluster history of past selections at that spot as well as notable examples of prospects panning out after being taken there by other teams around the league.
NBA Free Agency: Does Joe Harris‘ sweet shooting make him a target for the Bucks? (read here): Ahead of his impending free agency, Adam McGee looked at what Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Joe Harris has to offer and examined his potential fit with the Bucks.
Win in 6 Podcast #227: One last preview of Bucks draft options (read here): Lastly, Adam and I convened for one last preview before the 2018 NBA Draft by going over our shortlist of players the Bucks should consider taking 17th overall, who they should stay away from and we also answered your mailbag questions in the latest edition of the Win in 6 podcast.
Best of Behind The Buck Pass From 6/19/18
Bucks rookie Sterling Brown’s lawsuit shows police officer’s racially charged Facebook posts (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Ashley Luthern and Gina Barton provided the latest update in the Sterling Brown case against the Milwaukee Police Department, which has now been filed as a federal civil rights lawsuit by Brown and his legal team.
GM Jon Horst Pre-Draft Media Availability (watch here): Here you can watch Bucks general manager Jon Horst’s availability with local media ahead of this year’s NBA Draft, which comes courtesy of the Bucks’ website.
How to land a job at the new Milwaukee Bucks arena: Pro tips for Wednesday’s job fair (read here): Also of the Journal Sentinel, James B. Nelson talked to Bucks senior vice president for human resources Kelly Kauffman about some tips for those heading to the Bucks’ job fair Wednesday afternoon.
Milwaukee Bucks’ donations of Bradley Center equipment will help Habitat build new homes (read here): Nelson also reported Tuesday morning that some items from the Bradley Center, including electronics systems, toilets and pieces of furniture from luxury boxes, will be donated to various places like Milwaukee Public Schools, Habitat for Humanity and the electrical workers union.
Perry Ellis Joining Milwaukee for Summer League (read here): While this press release from the NBL confirms that Perry Ellis will play for the Bucks in this year’s Summer League, it also mentions that Travis Trice will join them for the second straight year as well.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.