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Follow along with today's Bucks media day festivities with our live thread.

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The Milwaukee Bucks begin training for the 2015-16 NBA season on Tuesday, but before that begins, they have to say hello to the media.

Bucks media day is here, and after an offseason highlighted by the approval of the downtown arena deal and signing Greg Monroe, there's a lot of excitement in Milwaukee.

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The return of Jabari Parker is the main headline to watch in Bucks camp. Parker only played in 25 games his rookie season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament. Bucks general manager John Hammond said last week that Parker will be able to participate in camp, but they're going to monitor his progress closely.

The Bucks are carrying 20 bodies in training camp, putting pressure on 2014 second-round picks Johnny O'Bryant and Damien Inglis to perform well. O'Bryant wasn't efficient in limited minutes last season and has been slowed by injuries (a hamstring issue kept him out of summer league). Inglis missed all of last season with a broken foot but did show positive signs in Las Vegas. Milwaukee must have their roster to 15 by Oct. 26.

Follow along with today's festivities with our live Twitter feed and communicate with your fellow Bucks fans in the comments below. Bucks.com will stream the action here, and we'll update this thread throughout the day with highlights as well as content from us.