Bucks’ Jennings teams up with Habitat for Humanity to help build homes

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings joined Habitat for Humanity and employees of M&I Bank to help build homes near 40th Street in Milwaukee on Thursday, June 7th.

Jennings and Bucks mascot, Bango, were on hand to assist with the capping of basements in preparation for drywall for some of the 17 new homes Habitat is building in June on the 2200 block of North 40th Street.

This is the fourth year the Bucks have partnered with BMO Harris Bank for Habitat for Humanity projects.

Jennings has assisted with the event in each of his years as a Bucks player.