The builder of the Oshkosh Arena files an injunction

The arena is home to the NBA G League’s Milwaukee Bucks, the Wisconsin Herd and the Wisconsin Glo professional women’s basketball team.

OSHKOSH – The company that built the Oshkosh Arena filed a notice of foreclosure Tuesday in Winnebago County Circuit Court.

Bayland Buildings, Inc. is named as the plaintiff in the case, with defendants Fox Valley Pro Basketball Inc., Fox Valley Pro Managing Partner Greg Pierce, Two Willows LLC, Cintas Corporation and the State of Wisconsin.

The arena has faced financial problems over the years. In 2019, Fox Valley Pro Basketball Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection amid lawsuits, including one in which Bayland Buildings Inc. sued the arena’s owner for millions owed to the builder. In 2020, the company emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a restructuring plan.

Oshkosh Arena is home to the Wisconsin Herd, the Milwaukee Bucks NBA G League team and the Wisconsin Glo professional women’s basketball team.

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However, a source revealed to Northwestern last month that the Wisconsin Herd is looking for a new home after claiming that Fox Valley Pro Basketball Inc. had violated the lease.

According to online court records, Fox Valley Pro Basketball Inc. and the other defendants have not yet filed a response to the complaint. Under Wisconsin law, defendants in a foreclosure case typically have 20 days to do so.

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