The Milwaukee Bucks moves on with charity events without players

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It's the season of giving and coming together unless your an NBA franchise at the moment. The Milwaukee Bucks are celebrating the turkey holiday with the community, and the players are missing.

The annual Thanksgiving giveaway event not seeing any of the players there was odd. Lockout rules prevent front office and players from interacting, but the Bucks say they didn't want to deprive want the community of their charitable work.

There are exceptions to the lockout rules that can be sought for charity events like these. The only notable one we found is players, and the league will formally come together for a President Obama charity event planned in December.