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|League||NBA G League|
|Arena||Menominee Nation Arena|
|Team colors||Good Land green, Cream City cream, Great Lakes blue, black, white|
|Team manager||Dave Dean|
|Head coach||Chase Buford|
The Wisconsin Herd are an American professional basketball team of the NBA G League as an affiliate of the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the Herd play their home games at Menominee Nation Arena.
On June 29, 2016, it was announced that the Milwaukee Bucks were seeking to purchase an expansion team in the then-NBA Development League, listing their five finalist cities as Grand Chute, La Crosse, Oshkosh, Racine and Sheboygan. On August 3, it was announced that Grand Chute and La Crosse had been eliminated, with Oshkosh, Racine and Sheboygan as the three finalists.
On December 19, Oshkosh city officials identified the former site of the Buckstaff Furniture Company as the site for their arena proposal for the team, with the Fox Valley Pro Basketball group submitting a bid to the city's planning commission on January 11. The Planning Commission approved it on January 19, with the Oshkosh Common Council approving it on January 24, conditional on the Bucks choosing Oshkosh as their home.
On June 8, the Wisconsin Herd name was announced, with the logo unveiled on June 22. Team president Steve Brandes remarked, "The Wisconsin Herd is so much more than a team name; it's a brand that embodies a group of players fighting to join the Milwaukee Bucks, along with an excited fan base ready to rally behind Wisconsin's newest team." On July 1, 2017, Dave Dean was named the team's general manager  On September 22, 2017, the Wisconsin Herd announced the coaching staff.
|2019-20||Central||1st||33||10||.767||Season cancelled by COVID-19 pandemic|
|Regular season record||66||77||.462|
|#||Head coach||Term||Regular season||Playoffs||Achievements|
Good Land Green, Cream City Cream and Great Lakes Blue are the Herd's color palette, which is utilized to further tie the team's identity to its parent club