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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – The Hop unveiled a Bucks-themed streetcar Friday morning to support the team heading into the playoffs.
The streetcar is covered the team’s green and cream colors. Inside there are life-size player footprints, player action shots and a replica court on the floor.
The streetcar will be operating for the team’s entire playoff run.
“We’re looking to take a run at the NBA championship,” Bucks president Peter Feigin said. “The city is excited about it and this could be a very fun time for us all.”
Fans who ride on The Hop and submit their photos to the Bucks will be entered for a chance to win a $100 Bucks gift card.
The BMO Harris Bank building is also supporting the team. A display of lights spelling out “Fear the Deer” covers the building at night.