The Milwaukee Bucks announced significant changes to their front office Monday, appointing two new executives and shifting a longtime executive to a newly created position within the organization.
Patrick McDonough has been hired as chief financial officer, joining the Bucks after spending the last 13 years in the sports division of The Madison Square Garden Company, including the last six years as vice president of accounting.
In addition to the hiring of McDonough, the Bucks announced the addition of Bob Cook as vice president of business affairs. Cook was last based in Madison, Wis., as a vice president at HNTB Corporation, a national engineering and architecture company specializing in complex transportation projects and sports venues.
"We are so excited about how this team is coming together," Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry said. "The Milwaukee Bucks will be one of the best organizations in professional sports on and off the floor. That means recruiting the best talent and making th...