Packers LT David Bakhtiari is chugging beer at Bucks playoff games again

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There really can’t be an important Milwaukee Bucks playoff game at Fiserv Forum without Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari chugging a beer on the big screen.

On Wednesday night, the All-Pro pass-blocker was back at it in Milwaukee.

Sitting courtside, Bakhtiari chugged another beer on the Jumbotron during the first half of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

By our count, Bakhtiari – who is still recovering from an ACL injury – downed the beer in about four seconds. Impressive.

Despite Bakhtiari’s entertainment, the Bucks ended up losing to Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks, creating a 1-0 hole for Milwaukee to attempt to climb out of the rest of the series.

Packers coach Matt LaFleur was also there to see the Bucks. He’s become a regular at games, with Wednesday night representing at least the third Bucks game he’s attended during this playoff run.

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Packers running back Aaron Jones was also there. Like LaFleur, he’s attended multiple playoff games this year.

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The Packers have consistently done a terrific job supporting the Bucks over the last few years. However, a certain minority owner has been noticeably absent from games during this year’s playoff run.

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