What’s Next For Bucks and Jabari Parker?

News broke on Friday afternoon that Jabari Parker would not be playing for the rest of the season, and probably, 2018 as well with a torn ACL. The second ACL tear in the same knee where he suffered an ACL tear in 2014. For the

How Sam Shields Release Impacts Packers Defense

Green Bay Packers made the inevitable move yesterday releasing Sam Shields, their former star cornerback. Packers owed Shields nine million dollars next season, and the player still had concussion-like symptoms five months after his last one suffered in the first game of the season causing

PODCAST: Best Sports Year Ever + Bucks’ Fox Valley Move

Welcome to another edition of Tapping The Keg Podcast. This is a shorter than usual podcast, but it’s worth your time I promise. We talk about the Super Bowl after a few days of digesting it and look at how this game changed so quickly.

The End is Near With Bucks and Jason Kidd

Last night after Bucks fell for the 10th time in 12 games, Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd did not meet with the media. Instead, John Hammond, Bucks General Manager, field the questions and said him and Kidd were having a ‘Basketball discussion.’ It’s become

Free Charles Oakley

This was a crazy NBA night. Like crazier than most nights. These are the type of nights that bloggers like myself live for. Former New York Knicks forward and legend Charles Oakley started a fight at Madison Square Garden as New York Knicks security tried

Jabari Parker Suffers A Non-Contact Knee Injury

It’s hard to believe I’m writing this tonight. Usually, I let things play out a little bit but coming home tonight, I flipped back and forth with Bucks. Soon to find out that Jabari Parker, Bucks star, went down in a heap with a non-contact

Hoopcap: Marquette’s Guards Failed To Show Up

There haven’t been many nights this season where Marquette’s guards were off. It’s a rare sight to see the collective unit struggle as much as they did versus Butler on Tuesday night. What’s more disappointing than anything else is the guards chose not to fight

James Starks Release Means Nothing For Packers RBs

Green Bay Packers made their first move of the offseason by releasing running back James Starks on the non-football injury list. Starks never recovered from a concussion he suffered in an early morning carwreck after Seattle Seahawks game. Before Starks’ injury, the writing seemed on

Bucks’ Chance to Expand State Footprint Starts in Oshkosh

Today, Milwaukee Bucks will announce they are having their D-League team play in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Many people have been submitting different names for Bucks D-League team, and I’m curious to see how they go about picking the nickname. But this is a big step for

LaMelo Ball’s 92 Points Make Me Want To Puke

I haven’t taken many corners, but one, I will take is hating on a 15-year-old basketball player known as LaMelo Ball. If you remember, I called him a punk for his three-point shot awhile back. Now, we’re looking at the internet having a collective orgasm