The Milwaukee Bucks have completed a trade with the Golden State Warriors that sent Andrew Bogut and Stephen Jackson to California in exchange for G Monta Ellis, PF Ekpe Udoh, and the expiring contract of C Kwame Brown.
The broadcast groupings for the first and second round of the NCAA tournament have been announced. If you were curious which games Jim Spanarkel, Ian Eagle, Spero Dedes, and Bill Raftery (among others) were going to call, this handy link will clue you in.
The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) -- the premier Division III athletic conference in the country -- has announced the members of its inaugural Hall of Fame class. Headlining the 30-member class are former UW-Stevens Point basketball standout, Terry Porter; and long-time UW-Platteville head basketball coach, Bo Ryan.
Forbes has come out with their list. Can you guess the top five? To give you a little background - Forbes' methodology focuses on teams good enough to win regularly, but disappoint fans in the end by falling short of a championship.
The Milwaukee Bucks will round out the first half of the regular season tonight in Chicago. At 13-19, the Bucks are currently in tenth place in the eastern conference playoff race. The Boston Celtics are 2.5 games ahead of Milwaukee in the eighth position, and the Cleveland Cavaliers have crept into the ninth position.
Denver Broncos quarterback Brady Quinn has finally expressed his feelings about being completely overlooked by the Broncos this season. At a time, Quinn was listed as the backup to Kyle Orton. When the fans spoke about their desire to see Tim Tebow, Quinn was demoted to the third-stringer. In a recent interview with GQ Magazine, Quinn spoke of his displeasure with the whole thing.
This is a big week for the NFL. Not only does the scouting combine begin on February 22 in Indianapolis, but as of Monday, February 20, teams can begin applying franchise and transition tags to players.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Jon Brockman is one of the more easy going, carefree, creative and entertaining athletes I've covered in my professional career. He's the type of person you feel good about being around because he's usually smiling, or doing something to generate a laugh (did you see him drink a jar of pickle juice on Today's TMJ-4?).
Good news, bad news for former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski. The good news is he received a 5-year contract extension from ESPN. The bad news is he has been removed from the Monday Night Football broadcast booth where he sidekicked with Jon Gruden alongside Mike Tirico. ESPN will not replace