The Milwaukee Bucks team name was won in a race where someone deserved to be "bucka's thrilling, good jumper, fast and agile." Since then, the team has been named Milwaukee Bucks. The team won the 1971 NBA title only in their third season, after the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers.
Some of the NBA Hall of Famers, created by KC Jones, Kareem Abdul Jabar, Oscar Robertson and Moses Malone. On June 28, 2006, Bucks presented the team's updated logo and color scheme. The team's logo, the third in the team's 38-year history, is a hard-fitting front view of the white-tail 8-point mark on the head and shoulders of a triangular, stylized Milwaukee Bucks print. Bucks used green and silver colors since it was introduced in 1993. The purple jersey they used to change deep red. The team uses green equipment for street games and white jerseys for home games.
The NBA returned to Minnesota with an expanding team known as the Timberwolves 30 years after Los Angeles Lakers. This is the NBA's four new expansion teams, which included Orlando Magic, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat. Timberwolves were selected for the team name in a race where the other choice was the Polars. Referring to Minnesota, the largest population in Timberwolves lives in the lower 48 states. The team's logo was sharp Timberwolf over the silhouette of evergreen trees under Timberwolves blue under a black shadow while Minnesota was written in silver in the above black shadow. The team's color is blue, black and green.
In 1998, Team Kevin Garnett signed an unprecedented 6-year contract with $ 126 million. Garnett, the power ahead is considered one of the best all-around players in the NBA. Timberwolves made it in 1995 and became the first player to start high school in 1974, as Moses Malone was in 1974. It was a very respectable New Year. Currently playing in Boston Celtics No. 5.
Timberwolves is a sport of white home jams and blue racing. They also have an alternative jersey black.