Bucks look at options for slippery floor

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by WDJT Sports

MILWAUKEE - The Bucks and the NBA are deciding what to do about the team's new, but rather slippery, home floor.

Saturday night's MACC Fund preseason game against the Toronto Raptors was called in the first quarter after several players slipped on the new surface. Among the ideas floated as reasons for the slippery floor was the presence under the court of ice that's used by the Milwaukee Admirals hockey team.

NBA representatives will be in Milwaukee Tuesday to look at the floor. The Bucks are reportedly looking at several options, including going back to the team's previous surface.

The Bucks' first home game of the regular season happens next Saturday, November 2nd, also against the Toronto Raptors.

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