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It’s been a year of massive change for the Milwaukee Bucks. New ownership, new leadership, a new coach and promising new players, including heralded first-round draft pick Jabari Parker. But one thing remains constant: the club’s commitment to the MACC Fund, which is dedicated to fighting childhood cancer and blood disorders, and was founded by […]

It’s been a year of massive change for the Milwaukee Bucks. New ownership, new leadership, a new coach and promising new players, including heralded first-round draft pick Jabari Parker.

But one thing remains constant: the club’s commitment to the MACC Fund, which is dedicated to fighting childhood cancer and blood disorders, and was founded by longtime Bucks player and announcer Jon McGlocklin. The most visible sign of the team’s involvement is the annual MACC Fund Game, and its 38th installment is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

The Bucks, led by Parker, Giannis Antetokounmpo and new head coach Jason Kidd, face the Chicago Bulls, who feature a now-healthy Derrick Rose and newly acquired Pau Gasol. Milwaukee enters the game with a preseason record of 1-1.

Prior to the contest, the Bucks are hosting a Super Hero Kids Party, where children can meet Bango and the Hoop Troop. Admission to the party is free with a game ticket, and it runs 5:30-7 p.m. in the Bradley Center concourse.

Tickets to the MACC Fund Game are available for as little as $16, and can be purchased at Bucks.com, the Bradley Center ticket office or by calling 1-800-4NBATix.

Milwaukee Magazine is also helping out the MACC Fund with our Best of Milwaukee Awards Party. Help us celebrate Milwaukee at the Mitchell Park Domes with a night that features food, drink and a performance by singer Grace Weber. A portion of the proceeds goes toward the MACC Fund’s fight against childhood cancer and blood disease.

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