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Marc Lasry hints at change in Bucks color scheme

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Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry said Friday in a radio interview that he and co-owner Wesley Edens are strongly considering a change in the team’s traditional colors of red, green and silver.

Lasry did not say what a new color scheme would be but said, “We’re definitely looking at doing that (making a change). It does need a little bit of help.”

Lasry also said in the WSSP-AM (1250) interview that he is upset there is not more Bucks gear available around the city.

“The thing that (ticks) me off is there’s no gear,” he said. “I wanted to get stuff for friends back home (in New York). I went yesterday (Thursday) to the Bradley Center to get gear.

“There are a lot of things we need to do. You’re going to see a whole bunch of changes.”
Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry said Friday in a radio interview that he and co-owner Wesley Edens are strongly considering a change in the team’s traditional colors of red, green and silver.

Lasry did not say what a new color scheme would be but said, “We’re definitely looking at doing that (making a change). It does need a little bit of help.”

Lasry also said in the WSSP-AM (1250) interview that he is upset there is not more Bucks gear available around the city.

“The thing that (ticks) me off is there’s no gear,” he said. “I wanted to get stuff for friends back home (in New York). I went yesterday (Thursday) to the Bradley Center to get gear.

“There are a lot of things we need to do. You’re going to see a whole bunch of changes.”
Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry said Friday in a radio interview that he and co-owner Wesley Edens are strongly considering a change in the team’s traditional colors of red, green and silver.

Lasry did not say what a new color scheme would be but said, “We’re definitely looking at doing that (making a change). It does need a little bit of help.”

Lasry also said in the WSSP-AM (1250) interview that he is upset there is not more Bucks gear available around the city.

“The thing that (ticks) me off is there’s no gear,” he said. “I wanted to get stuff for friends back home (in New York). I went yesterday (Thursday) to the Bradley Center to get gear.

“There are a lot of things we need to do. You’re going to see a whole bunch of changes.” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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