Bucks' new floor to be resurfaced

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by WDJT Sports

MILWAUKEE - The Bucks, the NBA and BMO Harris Bradley Center officials have decided that the Bucks new floor needs to be resurfaced, a process that will reportedly take 2-3 weeks.

The team's new playing surface created slippery conditions last Friday that caused a preseason game against the Toronto Raptors to be cancelled.

The team is making an offer to fans eager to see the new floor. Fans who purchase select upper level tickets for the team's home opener using a special code will receive tickets for every Bucks home game up to and including the game where the resurfaced floor debuts.

The Bucks play Toronto, Cleveland, Dallas, Oklahoma City and Portland at home over the next three weeks.

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