A handful of NBA teams decided to make some alterations to their uniforms this season and the Milwaukee Bucks are no different. Most changes across the league are rather difficult to notice, though if you watch the Milwaukee Bucks on a regular basis you probably won’t have a hard time picking up the differences.
In that past the Milwaukee Bucks have went with a lower case script across the chest of their jersey but that will no longer be the case. Making their first uniform change since the 2008-2009 season, the ‘Bucks’ we previously knew will be replaced with an all capital ‘BUCKS’ font.
It seems like a rather minor change but it really made the font stick out and frankly, looks a lot better than the previous version when placed side-by-side.
The new chestplate will be used universally on the Milwaukee Bucks home, road and alternate uniforms. The color scheme will remain the same.
In addition to the new script, the Milwaukee Bucks will be one of the many NBA teams wearing a gold tab on the neckline of their jersey to honor their 1971 NBA Championship.
Any team who has won an NBA championship will be wearing the tab which features the Larry O’Brien trophy and then a number with a tally of the titles. The Oklahoma City Thunder are the only team who has technically won a championship (given their Seattle Supersonics heritage) and won’t be wearing the golden tab as they believe that belongs to the city of Seattle (as it should).
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