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Bucks GM Search Shouldn’t Freak You Out… Yet

I’m not sure if you know this about me, but I can overreact at times. Yes, it’s true. I have a tendency to put the cart before the horse on too many occasions. Last night would be a perfect example. I saw former ESPN reporter

LeBron Admits His Baldness Is Real

LeBron James had a tour de force press conference. Not because he lit the world on fire, but James gave the media so much to work with. We have a piece later about him and Jordan, yet James mentioned Michael Jordan about how he wanted

BrewCap: Robbie Ray Silences Brewers Bats

If you don’t know, I’m an avid DFS player. Love it. It’s one of my favorite things to do even if there are times where it drives me crazy. Case in point, I avoided Robbie Ray of the Arizona Diamondbacks because I’ve seen what Brewers

Atlanta’s Lengthy Delay Highlights MLB’s Problem Again

The horse is already dead when it comes to Milwaukee Brewers-Chicago Cubs delay on Saturday afternoon. That said, it’s worth pointing out that the problem of giving the home team an advantage continues to be an issue. Last night, Atlanta Braves beat Pittsburgh Pirates at

San Francisco, My Home For This Week

Hey y’all. A little editor’s note for you… I’m going to be in San Francisco for my day job for basically all week. I’m not sure what the blog will look like. I have a log-in for the MLB package so I might fire that

Kawhi’s Ankle Could Ruin A Potential Great NBA Series

Western Conference Finals opened up this afternoon with a surprise. San Antonio Spurs dominated Golden State Warriors in the first half and some of the third cruising along. It sent some warning notice to the Dubs that they might suffer their first defeat of the

Need All of The Korean Broadcasts of Eric Thames Homer

If you didn’t hear with all of Bucks news, Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames hit his 8th home run of the season. He took two days off and decided it’s time to mash again. Thames hit a two-run homer that ultimately put Brewers over-the-top

Packers Bring Christine Michael Back In The Fold

Many people wondered what Green Bay Packers were going to do at the running back position. Ty Montgomery is there, but the universal thought is they need at least one more running back to balance the load as Montgomery is still learning the position. They’ve

Bucks Buzz Vol. 64: Bucks Stay Hot With Big Second Half

Don’t let the Bucks get hot is what the ancient proverbs would say, Milwaukee won their fifth straight beating Indiana Pacers, 99-85, in an impressive victory where the team used a big second half to take down the six-seeded Pacers. This is Milwaukee’s third win

Bucks Figure To Be Sellers at Trade Deadline

On Monday afternoon, ESPN’s Zach Lowe, one of the more well-connected guys in the NBA media, put out a story about all of the different possibilities with the trade deadline this week. Included in this piece were the Milwaukee Bucks and what they plan to