Milwaukee Wisconsin is the home of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team. The Bucks were founded in 1968 as an expansion team. They play at the BMO Harris Bradley Center as their home game location. Herb Kohl, a U.S. Senator owns the Bucks team and he runs it with Scott Skiles as the head coach. The general manager of the Bucks team is John Hammond. The Bucks have won several different titles over the course its existence including a league title in 1971 and two conference titles; one in 1971 and the other in 1974. Over a course of 13 different years thereafter the team won 13 division titles. The Bucks have strong ticket sales when they make the playoffs however recently the playoff runs have been limited.