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On NBA front, Milwaukee Bucks president Peter Feigin told the state legislature’s Joint Finance Committee that unless a new $500-million arena is approved within weeks, the NBA has a deal to buy back the team at a $25 million profit and relocate to Seattle or Las Vegas.