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Anyone who has been a fan of the Milwaukee Bucks over the last 10 years has thought at least a dozen times that the team should be blown up.
That simply is not a good move for the Milwaukee Bucks franchise at this point.
The Bucks are playing in an extremely outdated facility, in a city that is currently sour of the team and the NBA in general.
The Bucks have a few more seasons they can play in the Bradley Center in its current condition. There have already been whispers of the team pushing for a new arena. But in a down economy, there is no way the public support will be there.
What could help their cause is to dramatically improve local support.
There is nothing a fanbase loves more than a winner. In a normal situation, you would want a team to be built through young talent, much like the Oklahoma City Thunder have done.
Milwaukee has to do whatever they can to put a winner on the court as soon as possible. They need to win ball games and re-energize their fanbase to drum up support for a new facility.
If you were to blow the team up, you would see attendance and public support drop to extreme lows at a time when the franchise needs it the most.
If the Bucks were to tank and try and build through the draft, by the time they had some nice pieces in place, the franchise may be on its way to another city.
While the situation may not be ideal, the Bucks have put themselves in a decent position to put a winner on the floor for the foreseeable future.