Bradley Center Sports & Entertainment is all about the Bucks. And the Admirals and Eagles. The not-for-profit company owns and operates Milwaukee's Bradley Center, home to the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, the Milwaukee Admirals minor league hockey team, and Marquette University's Golden Eagles men's basketball team. The arena hosts about 150 events a year, which have included WWE Smackdown!, Sesame Street Live!, and the Harlem Globetrotters. Opened in 1988, the Bradley Center was built without tax dollars, using a $70 million gift from Jane Bradley Pettit in honor of her father, Harry Bradley, co-founder of the Allen-Bradley Company (now part of Rockwell Automation).