Seat at the Bradley Center:

Not to be evasive, but choosing the best seat anywhere is going to rely heavily on personal preference. The Bradley Center is no exception. For example, do you prefer to heckle the visiting team or the home team? Do you value easy and frequent access to beer? Do you enjoy the aroma of sweaty athletes? Are you a person who will sacrifice life and limb diving for a promotional T-shirt blasted from an air cannon during a game break?

 Luckily, the Milwaukee Bucks make it easy for fans with a nifty seat preview on their Web site, which is cleverly located at Click on a section, and the site treats you to a 3D panoramic view from your chosen seat. Unfortunately, this space-age feature is not yet able to show whether you will be seated next to an obnoxious armrest-hogger. “Cripes! Just pick one!” you say? 

Fine, give me a seat right in the middle of Row M in Section 214: Close enough to get a good view of all the action; far enough to avoid those out-of-bound dives.

Main Menu 2

-Public restroom
-Place to pamper your pooch
-Seat at the Bradley Center
-Philanthropist that doesn't mind sharing the wealth
-Goody bag finds
-1982 Brewer still making his living as a 1982 Brewer
-Place to get in shape
-Place to spice up your life
-Place to act like Paul Bunyan
-Solution for fixing the roof at Miller Park
-Use of mangos
-Way to eliminate MMSD dumping into Lake Michigan
-Reason to have a hangover
-Place to find Mochi
-Reason to buy sausage 
at 2 a.m.

-Milwaukee Buck
-Place to find cheap gas
-Place to risk gaining 5 pounds
-Holiday microbrew
-Use for the Park East freeway
-Place to rub elbows with famous people
-Reason to wear a thong
-Representative of Milwaukee
-Reality TV star
-Way to beat the fall chill
-Reason to drive in circles for a parking spot
-Place to raise your cholesterol
-Best holiday activities
-Place drink coffee and watch the world go by

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Contributing writers: Laurie Arendt, Kay Dahlke, Jordan DeChambre, Candace Doyle, Bob Gosman, Matt Hronick, JoAnn Petaschnick, Janet Raasch, Mary Lou Santovec, Amy Siewert Contributing photographers: Nathan Harrmann, Amy Siewert
Illustrations: Anjl Rodee