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Nation Takes Notice: Bucks Get More Airtime

| March 8, 2010

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For the third time this season the Bucks have been rewarded with a game on national television.

Even better, the Bucks appear to be the better team.

From the Milwaukee Bucks:

The NBA announced this afternoon that the Milwaukee Bucks at Los Angeles Clippers game on Wednesday, March 17 will now be televised nationally by ESPN.  The start time for the ESPN telecast will remain at 9:30 p.m. (CT).

The game will also be broadcast on FSN Wisconsin, so unfortunately, this doesn’t help those wishing one of the Bucks remaining untelevised games will be televised.

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  1. Paul Robeson says:

    Wow, the Bucks and the Clippers? I guess it’s the best match-up for the back end of a double header?

  2. MR B says:

    The reason they put the Rebuilders and the Clodhoppers on is because it’s St.Pats Day and everyone will be to drunk to watch a game anyway, let alone know who is playing.

  3. William Woller says:

    Bucks rule!!