(WNFL) - Milwaukee Bucks' owner Herb Kohl says he'll find out in the next day-or-two whether the new floor at the B-M-O Harris Bradley Center can be used for the team's home opener. Kohl says a crew from the N-B-A is inspecting the floor today-and-tomorrow -- and the Bucks will then find out what has to be done to get the floor in proper playing condition. The Bucks will host Toronto on Saturday night -- and if they cannot use the new floor, Kohl says they'll bring back the one old. Bucks' officials said the league approved the new floor and its setting before this month's exhibition season. It was used for a game and a public practice before players from the Bucks and Toronto slipped on the surface last Friday night. It was so bad, the officials called the game off before the first quarter could be played. The Bucks heavily promoted the new floor during the past few weeks. It's a remnant of the much-beloved Robert Indiana floor that the Bucks played on during the 1970's-and-80's across from the Bradley Center in what's now known as the U-S Cellular Arena.
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