More Bucks three-pointers means more trees for Wisconsin schools
With the Milwaukee Bucks back to finish the 2019-2020 NBA season, we’re excited to give more trees to Wisconsin schools! Through the Trees for Threes partnership, ATC awards eligible Wisconsin schools with one tree for every three point shot the Bucks make at home during the regular season. The Bucks had already made 451 three-pointers before the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the season in March.
With the season resuming, schools have until Aug. 15 to sign up to receive up to five trees from ATC. An educational infographic and a classroom activity sheet also are available at nba.com/bucks/trees
With the teams all in Orlando, it may not be as obvious when the Bucks have the home court advantage. The Bucks will play four games at “home” on July 31, Aug. 4, Aug. 6 and Aug. 11. The remaining four games are considered “away” and will be played on Aug. 2, Aug. 8, Aug. 11 and Aug. 13.
The Bucks were leading the season with an NBA-best 53-12 winning streak when play was halted in March and hope to bring an NBA Championship title back to Milwaukee.