It’s not often you can say the Milwaukee Bucks are well represented at the NBA All-Star Game, but that changes tonight with Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is the first Buck to crack the Eastern team since Michael Redd in 2004.
That’s right, a 13-year All-Star drought has come to an end, so it only makes sense that Mallory and Madison Edens (daughters of Bucks owner Wes Edens) jetted out to New Orleans to support their dude… and enjoy Mardi Gras:
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Looks like Madison made some new friends:
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All they need to do now before calling it a weekend is a meet-and-greet with the mascot of mascots, King Cake Baby.