Milwaukee Bucks 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Milwaukee Bucks 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The NBA season is back, and the Milwaukee Bucks are expected to have a big season ahead of them. Will they be able to get back to that championship energy they had in 2021 after two seasons of losing in the post season Conference round? This post will give you a look at the 2023-2024 Milwaukee Bucks schedule, roster and more so you can see how the team is looking for yourself. 

Plus, find out how to watch the Bucks play live with DIRECTV.


Don’t miss a second of the 2023-2024 Milwaukee Bucks basketball season, because it’s going to be a good one. Adrian Griffin, the team’s new head coach, is coming in with high hopes of getting a championship ring in his rookie season. That might just be the pressure the team needs to win it all.

Below you’ll find the 2023-2024 Milwaukee Bucks schedule, provided by DIRECTV. The schedule will provide game information as well as the networks broadcasting the match.


The Bucks aren’t just repping a new coach, but also a few new star players to add to the mix. The biggest, and most exciting, edition to the team is superstar guard Damian Lillard. With Lillard on the court next to Giannis Antetokounmpo, the team may be unstoppable. If they can stay healthy, that is.

Here’s a look at the rest of the Milwaukee Bucks 2023-2024 roster.


Jazian Gortman, Guard

Omari Moore, Guard

Drew Timme, Forward

TyTy Washington Jr., Guard

#0 Damian Lillard, Guard

#0 MarJon Beauchamp, Forward

#5 Malik Beasley, Guard

#7 Chris Livingston, Forward

#9 Bobby Portis, Forward

#11 Brook Lopez, Center

#15 Cameron Payne, Guard

#15 Marques Bolden, Center 

#20 AJ Green, Guard

#22 Khris Middleton, Forward

#24 Pat Connaughton, Guard 

#28 Lindell Wigginton, Guard

#33 Robin Lopez, Center

#34: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Forward 

#43: Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Forward 

#44 Andre Jackson Jr., Guard

#99 Jae Crowder, Forward


Head Coach: Adrian Griffin

Assistant Coaches: Sidney Dobner, Vin Baker, Josh Oppenheimer, DJ Bakker, Nathanial Mitchell, Patrick Mutombo, Joe Prunty, Terry Stotts

Trainer: Scott Fraust 


Depending on the game, there are a few places to watch NBA games with DIRECTV. Below you’ll find the different networks broadcasting Milwaukee Bucks games this season and the corresponding channel number on DIRECTV. Note that some of these networks are subscription-based or add-ons.

When basketball is your passion, you want to watch all the games. The best way to watch both in and out of market games is with NBA League Pass. NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.

Get started with DIRECTV today.

For even more information on the Milwaukee Bucks including the team’s history and logo, keep reading below!


The Milwaukee Bucks were established in 1968 as an expansion team and are now a part of the Central Division. To name the team, the owners created a contest for fans to suggest names. It turns out, though, that “Bucks” was not one of the winning names. Instead, the most popular choice was the Robins. 

Judges overruled the winning suggestion in favor of the Bucks, a nod to Wisconsin’s official wild animal, the white-tailed deer. In the Bucks’ first season, the team finished last in their division, but that wasn’t the case for long.

After drafting Kareem Abdul Jabbar in 1971, the teams’ tide changed, and they won two conference championships in 1971 and 1974. It wasn’t until more than 40 years later, however, that they won their third championship, which happened in 2021 against the Phoenix Suns.

The Bucks play their home games at the new Fiserv Forum, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Milwaukee Bucks Logo

The Milwaukee Bucks logo has gone through four iterations to get to what it is today. Originally, the team’s logo was a cartoon buck wearing a sweater with a “B” on it. The buck was also spinning a basketball, of course.

The first redesign came in 93 for the team’s 25th season. This logo featured a buck that had a more real, and aggressive, look to it, on top of a dark blue triangle with the team’s name below it. In 2006, the logo changed again, this time mostly in terms of color. They kept the hunter green color but changed the dark blue to a red.

Since 2015, the Bucks logo has represented growth, power and maturity. The new buck has 12, instead of 8 antlers, and is only looking forward. The hunter green is now complemented by a beige color. 

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