Milwaukee Bucks: 5 reasons they will improve their win total

CLEVELAND, OH - MARCH 19: Giannis Antetokounmpo
CLEVELAND, OH - MARCH 19: Giannis Antetokounmpo /
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The Milwaukee Bucks season is getting closer and they have been silently getting better. Could this be the year the team makes a big push in the East?

It’s a whole new look for the Milwaukee Bucks and it’s not just the players. This season is going to be a lot different. And fans are excited about what’s coming for the revamped Bucks.

The time has finally come. After years of building the new arena, it is now up and running. The Fiserv Forum is here and it is incredible. This state of the art facility is catching the eyes of not only people in Milwaukee, but people all over the NBA. This is something special for the team, the city of Milwaukee, and the state of Wisconsin.

With a new facility, you need a new team. And the way to improve that, is to add a new coach. In the offseason, the Bucks added former Atlanta Hawks’ head coach Mike Budenholzer. This brings in an experienced coach that has been to the playoffs and know what he’s doing.

New Coach. Check. New Arena. Check. New players? Check.

This offseason, the Bucks brought back sharpshooting big man Ersan Ilyasova. This brings in someone who can shoot from the three which they have been lacking. One of the bigger moves and one of the most underrated moves made is signing center Brook Lopez. This is a great pickup for the Bucks. He gives them 8-to-10 boards a game, will end up starting and can shoot some three’s, which will add a lot to the offense. They got what they needed.

With all these moves made in the offseason, they’re ready to make some noise in the 2018-19 season and possibly make a play for a top three spot in the East. Without further ado, here are five reasons the Bucks will improve their record.