PITTSBURGH - The big Pennsylvania city is home to steel mills, the Heinz Ketchup empire, the Pirates, the Steelers, and the Penguins.
And now the Pittsburgh City Council has let the Milwaukee Bucks organization know that they would be proud to have them relocate there from Milwaukee.
As councilman Proctor Weltenburger, 51, stated "Us Pittsburgh fans are some of the greatest fans in all of sports and since we do not have an NBA team our city would be thrilled at that prospect and we would support them 110%."
The city of Pittsburgh has offered the Bucks a "No Tax" clause that will run for 5 years, 8 months, and 3 weeks.
They have also stated that every Bucks player and coach will receive a lifetime supply of Heinz Ketchup.
Buck's Coach Larry Drew said that it will be great not to have to hear the disgruntled Milwaukee fans refer to his team as the Milwaukee Yucks.
In A Sports Related Story. The Boston Celtics cheerleader who was caught in the possession of 14 team basketballs has promised to return them. She will receive a one month suspension plus she will also forfeit her 40% concession stand discount.