Sure, all folks are talking about is Game Five, but here’s some good news: After taking a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic (that is still going) the Wisconsin Herd will return for the 2021-22 season.
The @WisconsinHerd returns to Oshkosh this fall!!https://t.co/zB26YRxOMZ— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) June 15, 2021
The Herd will play in Oshkosh at Menominee Nation Arena for at least six games with those dates being November 19, December 27, January 19, January 29, March 4 and March 25. More dates will be announced in the next few months and tickets are available now. This will be excellent news for Milwaukee if they want to have their rookies or young players get some game time without too many logistical problems.
The G-League has been beneficial for Milwaukee as Mamadi Diakite was a star last season before earning himself a full contract. Before the season was ended early due to COVID, the Herd had a 33-10 record which was best in the league. Frank Mason was the league MVP with Jaylen Adams the runner up. This will be the Herd’s fourth season and second with Chase Buford as Head Coach.