It would have been about 20 years ago when sixth-grader John Steinmiller lost a good deal of his allowance to seventh-grader Michael Dunleavy on the court of the Bradley Center.

Before games, in the quiet of the NBA arena, the son of the Milwaukee Bucks vice president John F. Steinmiller would play the son of the head coach Mike Dunleavy in shooting games.

"He'd always kick my butt," said the younger Steinmiller.

"I think my son lost every bit of communion money he ever got shooting horse against Michael," said the VP Steinmiller.

Home is where you hang the net - if you've grown up in an NBA family. To Mike Dunleavy Jr., Milwaukee is about as close to any hometown he's ever known.