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Brust, Taylor on Bucks summer league roster

Published On: Jul 03 2014 05:51:51 PM CDT
Milwaukee Bucks

MILWAUKEE -

The Milwaukee Bucks will have two former Wisconsin Badgers playing on their summer league team in Las Vegas beginning July 11th.

Ben Brust and Jordan Taylor are two of 12 players on the roster that included first round draft pick Jabari Parker and last year's top draft pick, Giannis Antetokoumpo.

The team will have four practices July 8-10th before playing its first game against Cleveland Friday, July 11th at COX Pavilion in Las Vegas.

The game with the Cavs will feature the top two draft picks in this year's draft - Andrew Wiggins for Cleveland and Parker for the Bucks.

 

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