Bucks Continue to Fear The Deer With New Statement Uniform

Written By:  •  Wednesday, October 9, 2019

The Milwaukee Bucks are asking us to “Fear The Deer” once more as the team looks to build off last season’s appearance in the Eastern Conference Final and move on up in 2019-20 with their new “Statement” edition uniform.

A combination of two (recent) past Bucks uniforms, the new Statement uniform is black with the deer from the team’s primary logo placed directly on the centre of the jersey. The “Cream City Rainbow” – a series of green, cream, white, black, and blue stripes typically seen on the side of the team’s uniforms, is stretched across the front behind the buck.

New Bucks jersey a combination of two earlier designs

Player numbers appear below the buck/rainbow in cream and trimmed with green, no striping on the sides of the jersey but the rainbow re-appears cut into the shape of an “M” at the bottom of the shorts. The waistband of the shorts, as well as the “jock tag” of the jersey both feature the team’s “FEAR THE DEER” motto.

The “Cream City Rainbow”, which has been present on most Bucks uniforms since the team introduced their latest rebranding prior to the 2015-16 season, is a tribute to the Milwaukee area — for example, the cream is a nod to the colour of the brick used in much of the local architecture, the blue representing Lake Michigan.

Back of jersey, featuring the gold championship tab
“M” design at the bottom and side of the shorts

At the moment, Milwaukee is scheduled to wear the new uniform 16 times in the upcoming 2019-20 season including for their season opener at Houston and their trip to Paris against the Charlotte Hornets.

Here’s the full schedule:

Oct 24 at Houston
Nov 18 at Chicago
Dec 6 vs LA Clippers
Dec 19 vs LA Lakers
Dec 25 at Philadelphia
Dec 27 at Atlanta
Jan 24 vs Charlotte (at Paris)
Jan 31 vs Denver
Feb 6 vs Philadelphia
Feb 12 at Indiana
Feb 28 vs Oklahoma City
Mar 1 at Charlotte
Mar 2 at Miami
Mar 21 at Washington
Mar 27 vs Washington
Apr 7 at Philadelphia

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