This coming Monday, November 8, marks the Wisconsin Herd’s first game in exactly 18 months after the then-fledgling (and still present) COVID-19 pandemic truncated the 2019-20 season and the team opted out of the 2020-21 season. They might not be the Milwaukee Bucks, but the Herd still matters a great deal. Here’s a quick look at where they’re at.
Frank Mason’s not walking through that door
And neither is Thanasis Antetokounmpo, last spotted averaging a career-high in minutes played per game to bolster the Bucks’ injury-thinned rotation.
If you haven’t been sated by Georgios Kalaitzakis’ limited run through the Bucks’ first seven games, though, or if you’re itching for more Mamu minutes, you’re in luck because both rookies are joining the Herd for the the beginning of the G League season.