|2019–20 Milwaukee Bucks season|
|Head coach||Mike Budenholzer|
|General manager||Jon Horst|
|Owners||Wesley Edens & Marc Lasry|
|Place||Division: 1st (Central)|
Conference: 1st (Eastern)
|Playoff finish||Conference Semifinals|
(Lost to Heat 1–4)
|Television||Fox Sports Wisconsin|
The 2019–20 Milwaukee Bucks season was the 52nd season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Bucks entered the season following a playoff defeat in six games from the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals.
When the format of the Bubble announced, Bucks won the Central Division on June 4 and tied Detroit Pistons' record of 9 Central Division titles. After a 23-point comeback win over the Miami Heat, the Bucks clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference for the second consecutive season. The Bucks faced the Orlando Magic in the first round.
In a significant development following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the Bucks struck in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests, refusing to play Game 5 of their series against the Magic on August 26.
On September 8, the Milwaukee Bucks season came to an end when the 5th seeded Miami Heat eliminated them in a five-game upset in the conference semifinals.
|1||30||Kevin Porter Jr.||Shooting Guard||United States||USC|
The Bucks only hold a first-round pick. That pick would then be traded to the Detroit Pistons, which would again be transferred to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
|2019–20 Milwaukee Bucks roster|
|z – Milwaukee Bucks||56||17||.767||0.0||30–5||26–12||13–1||73|
|x – Indiana Pacers||45||28||.616||11.0||25–11||20–17||8–7||73|
|1||z – Milwaukee Bucks *||56||17||.767||–||73|
|2||y – Toronto Raptors *||53||19||.736||2.5||72|
|3||x – Boston Celtics||48||24||.667||7.5||72|
|4||x – Indiana Pacers||45||28||.616||11.0||73|
|5||y – Miami Heat *||44||29||.603||12.0||73|
|6||x – Philadelphia 76ers||43||30||.589||13.0||73|
|7||x – Brooklyn Nets||35||37||.486||20.5||72|
|8||x – Orlando Magic||33||40||.452||23.0||73|
|12||New York Knicks||21||45||.318||31.5||66|
The preseason schedule was announced on July 23, 2019.
|2019 preseason game log|
Total: 5–0 (Home: 2–0; Road: 3–0)
Preseason: 5–0 (Home: 2–0; Road: 3–0)
|2019–20 season schedule|
|2020 playoff game log|
Total: 5–5 (Home: 2–4; Road: 3–1)
First Round: 4–1 (Home: 2–1; Road: 2–0)
Conference Semifinal: 1–4 (Home: 0–3; Road: 1–1)
|2020 playoff schedule|
Via free agency
|Players Lost |
Via free agency
|Thanasis Antetokounmpo||July 16||Panathinaikos B.C.|
|Malcolm Brogdon||June 29||Indiana Pacers|
- 2019–20 Milwaukee Bucks
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