April 21, 2015

Bucks look to end a 24-game slide in Phoenix

The Milwaukee Bucks are playing .500 ball away from the BMO Harris Bradley Center this season (9-9) and they’re 1-1 on their current 4-game road trip.

But the Bucks haven’t been able to figure out Phoenix, which is where they play tonight.

The Bucks are trying to end a 24-game losing streak in Phoenix, including 19-straight at the U.S. Airways Center, which opened in 1992.

The last time the Bucks won a road game in Phoenix, Ronald Reagan was President in 1987.

Nine different coaches have tried and failed to win in Phoenix since that last victory in 1987.