Twitter: Bucks players weigh in on March Madness

March Madness. One of the best times of the year. A time where everyone tunes in to watch their favorite school chase one of the most coveted championships in all of sports. While the tournament lies right in the NBA season, it can be difficult for players to represent their former schools to their full potential. Luckily for all of us, that is what social media is for.

Take a look at the best reactions as Bucks’ players voice their opinions and thoughts on the wonderful world of social media.

The Syracuse Orange defied all odds as a ten seed, making the Final Four for the first time since 2013, when they were led by current Bucks’ point guard Michael Carter-Williams. MCW had no problem voicing his thoughts to the critics who said the Orange should not have even been in the tournament.

Fellow Bucks point guard and former Syracuse player Tyler Ennis also took to Twitter.

Joining the Orange in the Final Four was the North Carolina Tar Heels, representing the East Region. Bucks forward/center John Henson also joined the emoji fun as the Tar Heels clinched their NCAA-leading 19th Final Four appearance.

Other players participated in the madness, despite their teams falling up short. Khris Middleton actively tweeted for the first time in a month to express his excitement about the Texas A&M Aggies making the Sweet 16.

Greivis Vasquez was also thrilled about his Maryland Terrapins advancing to the second weekend.

And of course, shoutout to the Bucks for supporting our Badgers.

Photo courtesy of Getty Images.

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