I'm not going to make a big deal about it because I'm primarily a Packers fan, but I do follow and have always been a fan of the Badgers, Bucks, and Brewers as well. I watched all our Wisco teams as a kid growing up with my dad who was always a big Bucks fan. I was with him watching Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson win the title in 1971. My Bucks fandom continued when we lived in Nashville for 6 years in the mid 80's where my wife and I would drive to Atlanta to see them play the Hawks at the old Omni - it was always a nice weekend away to see Paul Pressy, Sidney Moncrief, Jack Sikma - back then before the games started you could walk right up to the court during warm up and I'd hand John McGlockin a note to read on the air during the game saying "hi" to my family back in Wisconsin which they would read and I'd get notes from my relatives saying they heard my note on the Bucks broadcast. So yes, I have skin in the game even as atrocious as the Bucks have been for the better part of 45 years. And yes, I'm a Wisconsin sports fanboy and proud of it and proud of our Bucks and Giannis, a perfect icon for our working class state. As a Wisco sports fan you take the bad with the good. And it's a lot of bad over the years. But we're fielding a pretty good work product on the fields of play lately, whether it be basketball, football or baseball. And it's a fun time. Maybe even something like a golden era of Wisconsin pro/collegiate sports. BUCKS IN 6!