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Copeland deal done

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the Bucks signed 31-year-old forward Chris Copeland to a one-year deal slightly above the veteran minimum. NBA rumor roundup

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Report: Edens says vote is 'just the beginning'

The Milwaukee Bucks will have a new home in two years after the Wisconsin State Assembly approved the financing plan on Tuesday. There still remains a few details to be finalized before a groundbreaking commences in a couple of months, but those actions will get done in time.

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Bucks could be among biggest risers

Marc Stein thinks the Bucks will be much improved, largely due to the scoring that Greg Monroe will add. 5-on-5: Risers and fallers

Bucks and Copeland to make it official

After talk of the Bucks' interest in free agent forward Chris Copeland, he reportedly traveled to Milwaukee on Tuesday to ink the deal. NBA rumors roundup

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Wisconsin approves new Bucks arena

The Wisconsin state assembly agreed to spend $250M in tax payer money on a new arena. Team owner Peter Feigin said in a statement that the deal will allow the Bucks to remain in Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin Assembly approves Bucks arena deal

The Wisconsin State Assembly voted Tuesday to spend $250 million in public funds on a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, a deal lauded as good for the state and city.

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Who comes out ahead in NBA free agency?

Which teams gained the most "surplus value" in free agency? Here's a look at some winners and losers going forward.

Bucks sign free-agent forward Chris Copeland (2:02)
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Source: Copeland, stabbed in April, to Bucks

Free-agent forward Chris Copeland has agreed to a one-year, $1.1 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, league sources told

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14-year veteran Jackson announces retirement

Stephen Jackson, who once was suspended for punching a fan and won one championship while playing for seven teams during his 14-year career, is retiring from the NBA.

Bucks Improve Despite Weak Trade Values

The Bucks made three of the weakest value trades of the offseason, writes Kevin Pelton. They were still able to salvage their offseason, and even improve, by adding Greg Monroe to an already solid young core. Eastern Conference grades (Insider)

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Doolittle: Bucks shine brightest

Bradford Doolittle has the Bucks atop his list for the best young core for the next three seasons. “[Newly-signed Greg] Monroe doesn't turn 26 until June of next season, yet he likely will be the oldest member of a Milwaukee starting lineup that will grow together over the next few years." The top 10 (Insider)

Vasquez Can Provide Help To Young Bucks

With the departures of Jared Dudley, Ersan Ilyasova and Zaza Pachulia, Greivis Vasquez can now step in and provide a veteran presence for an incredibly young roster, writes Bradford Doolittle. Best point guard signings (Insider)

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game97.822nd
Rebounds Per Game42.124th
Assists Per Game23.67th
Points Allowed97.48th

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