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Get your own ping pong ball and watch along with the Milwaukee Bucks as the NBA Draft Lottery unfolds on May 20. (PHOTO: Milwaukee Bucks)

Bucks hold NBA Lottery viewing party

When the lottery balls start bouncing on May 20, fans are invited to join the Milwaukee Bucks for a Draft Lottery Viewing Party and Happy Hour at Evolution Milwaukee, located at 233 E. Chicago St., from 5 to 8 p.m. to celebrate this next step into the team's future.

Fans can be a part of the excitement as the Bucks' position in the June 26 draft is revealed, enjoy food and drink specials, and even play a little ping pong of their own.

All fans will receive a Bucks ping pong ball when they arrive and will have an opportunity to win great Bucks and Evolution prizes throughout the evening, including tickets to the 2014-15 home opener.

Also, the Bucks have created an "Own the future, win the lottery" ticket promotion where when any fan that places an initial payment on a 2014-15 full or half season ticket plan by the day of the lottery on May 20, he or she will be entered into a different type of lottery to be held May 21. T

his lottery is open to new Bucks ticket holders only, and the list of prospects (or in this case, prizes) is impressive:

  • 1 winner will receive free season tickets (*New Full Season MVP Members only)
  • 1 winner will receive a trip to the NBA Draft
  • 5 winners will receive a Bucks group experience
  • 20 winners will attend a Bucks draft workout
  • 50 winners will attend a meet and greet with the draft pick
  • 100 winners will receive an autographed photo of the draft pick

And, if the Bucks receive the No. 1 overall pick, everyone who purchases a Bucks 2014-15 full or half season ticket plan by May 20 will receive an official 2014 Bucks Draft Hat, signed by the newest member of the Bucks.


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