Glenn 'Big Dog' Robinson to Appear at Bucks Y2K Night
Bucks fans will remember the renowned Y2K-era player who helped lead the team to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2001. Former No. 1 Draft pick and Bucks second-leading all-time scorer Glenn Robinson is returning to the BMO Harris Bradley Center to help the team celebrate the turn of the century during Y2K Night on Saturday, Feb. 22. The game tips off at 7:30 p.m.
Along with a special halftime performance by Coolio, fans in attendance will be treated to an appearance by the Bucks’ great, Robinson, who will be recognized during the game. The player known as “Big Dog” will also sign autographs on the concourse pre-game at 6:30 p.m. Bucks MVP season ticket holders will be able to enter the building early at 6 p.m. to secure a place in line. A select number of Big Dog VIP packages will be available for purchase. The package includes a ticket in a suite, food and beverage, and an in-suite visit from Robinson during the game. To purchase, fans should visit Bucks.com/Y2K.
Robinson is a two-time All-Star (2000, 2001) who averaged 21.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game during his tenure in Milwaukee from 1994-2002, and his name is a frequent entry in the Bucks’ record books. He led his team in scoring average in five of his eight seasons in Milwaukee, and is a top-five entry in Milwaukee’s all-time career leaders in points (2nd, 12,010), scoring average (3rd, 21.12), minutes played (3rd, 21,262), field goals made (3rd, 4,723), 3-point field goals made (4th, 494), free throws made (4th, 2,070), and defensive rebounds (2nd, 2,628). He was also a three-time NBA Player of the Week and a two-time Rookie of the Month.
In addition to Y2K ticket pricing that starts at just $7, a unique halftime performance and the chance to meet Robinson, the first 10,000 fans to enter the BMO Harris Bradley Center will get a free Big Dog pennant.
To secure seats for this throwback night of basketball and entertainment, log on to Bucks.com/Y2K, call 1-800-4-NBA-TIX or stop by the BMO Harris Bradley Center box office.