(WNFL)- If you go to a Milwaukee Bucks' game, it's 82-percent likely you'll see the home team lose, based on its anemic .184 winning percentage. Even so, Bucks' vice president Ron Walter says the fan base remains intact. That's because the team is selling hope, knowing that the Bucks will most likely score big in the N-B-A Draft Lottery. They're five games behind Orlando for the worst record in the league, which puts them on pace to have no worse than the fourth overall pick in the June draft. And they'll have a 25-percent chance of getting the top pick. In the meantime, the Bucks are trying to get as many eyes as possible to watch their up-and-coming young talent -- including forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, who's been picked for two All-Star events next weekend, the Skills Challenge and the Rising Stars' game. Also, Bucks' officials say they're using the Internet, social media, group sales, and youth promotions to keep fans coming to the B-M-O Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks have sold an average of 13-thousand-555 tickets a game this season, which is more than the actual attendance most nights. The Bucks are hosting the Houston Rockets tomorrow night, when Dwight Howard makes his only Milwaukee appearance of the season.
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