Wes Edens is the Co-Owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, and he had a lot to say in a recent interview with Butcher of Butcher and Friends. Let’s go over some of the highlights of this interview, and see what Wes and the Bucks are up to.
Will Wes Play in an Upcoming Celebrity Game?
The first topic covered was that of the celebrity game in which the other Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry, got to have some fun playing out on the court. Wes stated that he saw some of the game on TV, but said he didn’t have much interest in the celebrity game. Despite enjoying a game of basket ball, he said he doesn’t consider himself to be enough of a celebrity to play in this particular event.
What Other Sports does Wes Eden Like?
When questioned about his love for sports, two other activities came up: rock climbing and skiing. In fact, Wes was a competitive skier growing up, and being from a mountainous region, has always loved rock climbing. Last summer he did a climb called the Cathedral Traverse in the Tetons in Jackson Hole. He’s also done a little surfing as well. Overall, Wes Edens seems to be a pretty athletic guy even if basket ball isn’t his main focus.
So, What About the Bucks?
Though they were nearly halfway into the interview before getting to the subject of the Milwaukee Bucks, Wes Edens was eager to share his thoughts on the team that he co-owns. Firstly, he praised the area for being a hotbed for sports. However, he also was very honest in admitting that the Bucks have somewhat lost their way, and have fallen out of favor. He praised Senator Kohl for being a great steward for the team but expressed concern that a new diction was needed.
The Bucks Moving Forward
As for the future, Wes Edens stated that he feels as if their products is getting better and better, and that the rest of the year will be amazing for the team. He also said that he wants to create an environment that will make people get out of their homes, and watch the team in person rather than enjoying the game on their TV.
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