Monthly Archives: February 2017

Bad News, Nick Perry’s Payday Figures To Be Huge

NFL signings are barreling around Twitter for the last couple days along with franchise tags. The big takeaway, minus Antonio Brown’s huge contract, is edge rushers are getting either paid or tagged. Melvin Ingram of the Los Angeles Chargers received a franchise tag on Monday.

Malcolm Brogdon’s Rookie of the Year Campaign Begins

News came out on Monday that Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid will be out for a significant amount of time with a knee injury. There’s no timetable, and it looks like the tanks returned to the City of Brotherly Love. With only 31 games played,

I Need This Brewers Robe & I Needed It Yesterday

Milwaukee Brewers are having some fun this Spring Training. This makes me happy. They seem like a young team who doesn’t know they’re supposed to suck this season. I get excited and unrealistic about things when things like this happen because I’ll talk myself into

Bucks Buzz Vol. 58: Cleveland’s Counter-Punch Is Too Strong

Milwaukee Bucks faced a bit of a challenge on Monday night. They stared down Cleveland Cavaliers coming off a home loss on Saturday night to Chicago Bulls, and LeBron James coming back from illness over the weekend. Bucks also had the back-to-back after a matinee

Lonzo Ball Should Pull An Aaron Rodgers On His Family

I really don’t know how I ended up hating Lonzo Ball’s family. I love watching Lonzo play basketball for UCLA. In fact, I hope there’s a chance he could come to Milwaukee for the NCAA Tournament. But I can’t take his dad, LeVar or his

Beasley Goes Down With A Knee Injury

When Milwaukee Bucks rolled into Cleveland tonight, Michael Beasley was the hottest Milwaukee Bucks player to go down with an injury. Beasley went down in a heap after dropping eleven early points against Cavaliers. Bucks reported he had a knee sprain, which is a type

Hoopcap: East Lansing Continues To Be A House of Horrors

The seniors on Wisconsin’s basketball team had never won in East Lansing. They were hoping on Sunday afternoon that things could change, and a feather in the cap for the seniors could be achieved. Instead, the game at East Lansing proved to be much of

Hoopcap: Bubble Slips Away From Marquette (Maybe)

Marquette had a 12 point lead with seven minutes left to go in this game. Golden Eagles played a great second half up to that point to pull away from Providence. But the team played to a similar trope we’ve seen all year, Marquette falling

Bucks Buzz Vol. 57: Sloppy Sunday Still Results In W

Milwaukee Bucks and Sunday’s haven’t been great this season. Before today’s game, Bucks had not won a Sunday game either at home or on the road. That changed with Phoenix today where Milwaukee won their first game after All-Star Break with a 100-96 victory. Bucks