Workers must resurface the team's 'new' floor. It was so slippery during a preseason game last week, that play was halted.
A precise reason for the slippery court has not been noted, but the NBA decided after conferring with flooring experts and staff at the Bradley Center, that floor should be refinished.
While the work takes place over the next several weeks, the Bucks will play on the court the team used last season. The team is also offering fans a "New Floor Guaranteed" ticket offer.
Last Friday night's exhibition game against Toronto was stopped during the first quarter, when players repeatedly slipped while making moves.
The Bucks play their home opener this Saturday night, against Toronto.