Milwaukee Bucks making major bid on hosting NBA All-Star Game in 2025, 2026 at Fiserv Forum

The fans feel lucky to enjoy the game when their own city hosts a mega event. This time, fans of the Milwaukee Bucks are lucky enough to enjoy the All-Star game in next year at Fiserv Forum.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Milwaukee Bucks want to make a proposal to host the NBA All-Star Game in the near future.

The Milwaukee Bucks have put in proposals to host the All-Star Game in either 2025 or 2026 at Fiserv Center. After much anticipation, Fiserv finally began operating in 2018. The 2024 event will be hosted by Indiana.

The Journal Sentinel also confirms Milwaukee’s candidacy.

On Saturday night, the Journal Sentinel revealed that the Milwaukee Bucks will be submitting a proposal to host the NBA All-Star Game in either 2025 or 2026. The NBA is angling for a two-year window to host an all-star game.

Since hosting the All-Star Game has grown more attractive and advantageous for cities, the Bucks should expect to face competition in their efforts to get the game.

On Saturday, NBA commissioner Adam Silver predicted that the All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City will have an “economic effect” of around $280 million. Silver also disclosed that hotels had established a new record revenue because of the All-Star break high revenue because of All-Star break. “We’re doing more fan activities than ever before,” Silver added, “and we’re taking up 33,000 hotel nights in the area.”

Both in 2022 and 2023, the Bucks attempted to host the All-Star Game but were ultimately unsuccessful, losing out to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Utah Jazz, respectively.

There was just one NBA All-Star Game ever played in Milwaukee, and it was hosted by the Bucks back in 1977. In 2018, the Bucks moved into their new home, Fiserv Forum.



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