The Milwaukee Bucks end their playoffs hope but fans are still riding high from a great season and the ones cheering the loudest might have been a special section of the BMO Harris Bradley Center that holds the Cream City Clash, otherwise known as the fan squad.
The group was started eight years ago by former Bucks Center Andrew Bogut, who bought free tickets for the fans.
"He did it for us and there was 82 of us and we try to fill it every game," said Ben Fink, coordinator of the Cream City Clash.
Melissa Brown is one of those fans. She has not missed a single game this year.
"I would get people mad behind me because I wanted to stand all the time and I noticed them and I said 'I want to be a part of that because they were loud, crazy just like me,'" Brown said.
She even bought season tickets for her two kids to sit just outside the section while she cheers.
"They get embarrassed," she said.
The Bucks have people try out to be part of the fan squad. They want only the loudest and biggest fans.
"On a scale of 1 to 10, I'm a 12," said Jonathan Weiss.
He dressed up as an American flag to Toronto to let them know who's house they were in as the Bucks took on the Raptors.
Even though the team came up short he said it was still amazing season.
"What's not to love about these guys. They're young. They're fun to watch. I think they bring a lot to the city of Milwaukee. Just the past couple of months has been a fun ride," Weiss said.
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