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The Bucks coach gave tickets to someone who really appreciated them.

By Extra Mustard
October 29, 2016

Bucks coach Jason Kidd surprised a longtime team employee and lifelong Cubs fan with tickets to the World Series.

Mike Sergo, who's been an equipment manager with the team for 20 years, was gifted tickets to Sunday’s Game 5 in Chicago. Milwaukee’s got a game that night, but Sergo will be allowed to miss the game for the World Series.

In an Instagram post, basketball database manager Daniel Marks called Sergo “the most selfless person I know, who would lend a hand to anyone.”

Here is Mike after he got the ticket. He's going to see the world series at Wrigley Field @cubs

A post shared by Daniel Marks (@dgm591) on

​His reaction to getting the tickets was priceless.

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