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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
So, has everyone caught “Let's Tear Down the Bradley Center and Build a New One” fever yet?
03.18.2012 | | Posted at 04:33 PM
By Nicole
The NBA is the top of the list of things that I know absolutely nothing about. OK, maybe its below Nascar since at least NBA news falls into my Twitter stream. Either way, I couldn't tell you anything about the trade that sent Andrew Bogut to Golden State and brough Monta Ellis (and others) to Milwaukee. I do know that Bogut was incredibly classy in the way he handled the departure. That's not sta...
Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010
It's time again for the biggest event of the basketball season in our state. The annual Marquette-Wisconsin showdown is Saturday at the Bradley Center, and it figures to be close. Only twice in the last 10 years has the victory margin been in double digits. Whoever wins the bragging rights...
05.07.2010 | | Posted at 02:30 AM
By Nicole
A few links to some season-ending articles on the Bucks - This yahoo blog has been down this road with Scott Skiles when he was with Chicago and wonders if Milwaukee is going to see the same result. This AP article points out how this year's team success was a perfect-storm and is unlikely to be replicated. The Bucks have the 15th pick in the NBA Draft and Channel 12's Dan N...
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Six months ago, even optimists saw the Milwaukee Bucks as long shots for the NBA's eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot—the one that often doesn't require a winning record. After all, the Bucks were coming off three seasons in which they averaged 29 victories and 53 losses...
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM
By Nicole
Here's an interesting read on Brandon Jennings' path to the NBA.  There's a comparison to another player, the luck Jennings has had to be a starting point guard as a rookie,  as well as some discussion of Jennings' possible candidacy for Rookie of the Year....
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Most would agree that surgery, auto repair and law enforcement are best left to professionals. Some might choose to add sports to this list, and for those who prefer to watch rather than do, Milwaukee serves up professional spectator sports year round. Enjoy a brat bedaubed in Secret Stadium Sauce along with a beer or two and cheer on the Major League Baseball Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, one of the finest places to view a ballgame in the nation. Even if the weather outside is frightful, with Miller's retractable roof, every day's a great day for a ballgame...

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