Monthly Archives: January 2018

How Love and Wall Injuries Shape Eastern Conference Race

The Milwaukee Bucks did not play a game last night. They didn’t even gain ground on the fifth seed as the Washington Wizards took down the Oklahoma City Thunder, 102-96. That said, the Eastern Conference landscape changed overnight. Earlier in the day, Washington announced they

Chiefs-Redskins Trade Broke My Brain

We were wrapping up our podcast on Tuesday night, and all of the sudden, I received a notification about a trade happened in the NFL sending Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins. Yes, this happened during Super Bowl week. This never

JuJu Smith-Schuster Drops a Casual Middle Finger with Pats Fan

JuJu Smith-Schuster is a pretty fun athlete. He’s young at the ripe age of 21, and he acts like it. That’s not entirely a compliment, but I respect that he doesn’t take things too seriously. Smith-Schuster spent some time at the Super Bowl, and he

Wisconsin Goes Cold at the Wrong Time

Wisconsin Badgers looked like they may get off this week on the right foot. They maintained a double-digit lead in the second half against bubble team Nebraska, and all they had to do was close out the Huskers to secure their fourth Big Ten victory

Giannis & Delly Propel Bucks with Big Second Half

Milwaukee Bucks came into Monday’s night matchup with the Philadelphia 76ers on a three-game winning streak. People still didn’t know if the Bucks were flourishing under new coach Joe Prunty, or they played three bad teams which they took advantage of in the last week.

Daily Tap 1/30/18: Greg Gard Needs to Hire Himself

Daily Tap is live on Tuesday where we chatting about a variety of topics starting with the DFS community mad at Eric Bledsoe, Greg Gard needing a clone, some Nick Foles chatter and Kim Kardashian TOPIC 1: We look at the Bucks win last night

What Jabari Parker’s Return Means For the Bucks

The time is here. Jabari Parker will be playing for the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday evening against the New York Knicks. They’ll finally get to see they look like as a fully loaded unit with Parker, Giannis, Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe. His Bucks teammates

Ryan Braun to First Base Could Be Happening

Every fanbase has pipedreams. It’s hard not to when you’re cheering for a sports team. Some of those pipedreams could be like ‘winning it all’ or if you’re Miami/Pittsburgh fans, ‘don’t tank too badly.’ One of the Brewers’ fans dreams for awhile now has been

Marquette Puts Up Admirable Fight But Falls to Villanova

Marquette Golden Eagles beat number one Villanova last season around this time at the Bradley Center. Marquette welcomed number one Villanova again in 2018, but they couldn’t finish the deal. They gave the Wildcats a strong fight, but it wasn’t enough as the number one