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Published March 3, 2014
BRIDGEMAN SPEAKS ON BUCKS: NBA Kings investor Junior Bridgeman, who has been linked to possibly becoming an investor in the Bucks, said that if the franchise "left Milwaukee, it would be like a 'shot in the heart.'" Bridgeman: "It would be devastating." He "declined to confirm his interest in becoming an investor in the team." He added that there are NBA rules that "prevent him from commenting on his dealings with the Bucks because" of his involvement with the Kings. Bridgeman: "Because I'm involved with another franchise, they have some rules against those things. So I can't even touch it without having my tongue cut out" (BIZJOURNALS.com, 3/2).