WISCONSIN — Fox Sports Wisconsin announced Friday that they would be re-airing classic Bucks games during April.
The network has chosen six memorable games from 1972 to 2019 to re-air—all this, starting April 1.
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The games will air in place of primetime Bucks games initially scheduled before the health crisis.
These Bucks Classics will run for the first two weeks of April, with each game airing once. The first game, airing at 7 p.m. on April 1, will be the 2015 game against the Chicago Bulls.
The other classic, which will air on April 3, is the Bucks win over the Lakers in 1972. During this game, the Bucks ended the Lakers' 33-game winning streak.
On Thursday, April 9, Fox Sports Wisconsin will air game 4 of the 1983 Eastern Conference semifinals where the Boston Celtics took on our Milwaukee Bucks.
Game 7 of the 1986 Eastern Conference Semifinals will re-air on April 11. In this game, the Bucks took on the Philadelphia 76ers.
The fifth Bucks' classic to re-air is the 2001 Milwaukee Bucks' game against the Charlotte Hornets. This game being game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Finally, Fox Sports Wisconsin will top off the Bucks Classics with game one of the Bucks' 18-game winning streak last season. The game initially aired on November 10, and showcased the Bucks taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder.