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Sports - Nov. 5, 2019
15 questions for the Marquette Golden Eagles in 2019-20
The Marquette Golden Eagles are flying beneath the radar as they enter the 2019-20 campaign. Here are 15 questions to whet your appetite as MU kicks off the non-conference portion of its 103rd season.
Sports - Oct. 23, 2019
20 questions for Giannis and the upcoming Bucks season
The NBA season is upon us. Here are all the quick-hitting questions - from the important queries to the less important ones - to ponder as Milwaukee kicks off its 2019-20 regular season revenge tour.
Sports - Sept. 30, 2019
What to know ahead of the Brewers' Wild Card showdown with the Nationals
For just the second time in franchise history, the Milwaukee Brewers are headed to the playoffs in consecutive seasons. Only this time, the 2019 Brewers have been forced into the meat grinder that is a road NL Wild Card game.
Sports - Sept. 20, 2019
Brewlieve 2.0: How the Brewers turned their season around at just the right time
On Sept. 4, I analyzed the Brewers' final series with the Chicago Cubs and how it had "a chance to reenergize their sleepy season." Boy, has the Crew done that - and then some.
Sports - Sept. 4, 2019
Brewers enter Cubs series with a chance to reenergize their sleepy season
The Brewers season is on life support, and outside of another inhuman Christian Yelich tear, it's difficult to see how they will muster up enough strength for another torrid September. But there is a glimmer of hope - starting this weekend.
Sports - Aug. 12, 2019
10 must-see home games on the Bucks' 2019-20 calendar
The Bucks and their fans certainly have their eyes on the postseason already, but the regular season still features some gems. Here are 10 must-see regular season home games for the Milwaukee Bucks in 2019-20.
Sports - Aug. 7, 2019
Brew-te force: Yelich is on pace for the best season in Brewers history
With each moon shot driven to center, line drive slapped to left and clutch knock scalded down the line, Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich tightens his grip on the greatest season in franchise history.
Sports - Aug. 5, 2019
3 things that must go right for the Brewers' playoffs chances to survive
The Brewers' playoff hopes are dangerously close to falling off a cliff. But it doesn't have to happen that way. Here are the three key areas as Milwaukee attempts one last-gasp playoff push.
Sports - July 31, 2019
Brewers send out Jesus Aguilar, pick up pitchers at the trade deadline
The Milwaukee Brewers attempted to fortify their flagging pitching staff with a pair of under-the-radar trades, picking up Jake Faria from Tampa Bay and Drew Pomeranz from San Francisco.
Sports - July 20, 2019
Bucks add Kyle Korver, put finishing touches on one of the NBA's deepest rosters
On Saturday morning, general manager Jon Horst likely put the finishing touches on the Milwaukee Bucks season-opening roster, coming to terms with free agent shooting guard Kyle Korver.
Sports - June 30, 2019
Middleton, Lopez and Hill are back, Brogdon is out in Bucks free agent frenzy
There were a handful of franchise-altering questions facing general manager Jon Horst and the Bucks' front office this summer, and so far, they have come out of the wilderness with one of the best teams in the NBA.
Sports - June 24, 2019
Giannis Antetokounmpo wins 2018-19 MVP, leads Bucks awards frenzy
Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo capped off his superb campaign in fitting fashion on Monday night, beating out Houston's James Harden and Oklahoma City's Paul George for the 2018-19 Most Valuable Player award.
Sports - June 20, 2019
A trip down memory lane with former Badgers star and new Bucks player Jon Leuer
At age 30, Leuer figures to be little more than a deep bench piece for Milwaukee in 2019-20, but for Badgers fans, he should still provide a few fun moments when he checks in for spot frontcourt minutes.
Sports - June 15, 2019
Are the Milwaukee Brewers flying under the radar?
Earlier this week, USA Today's Jesse Yomtov asked, "Is everyone sleeping on the Brewers?" They are - and maybe they should be considering their struggles. But there's good news as well.
Sports - June 3, 2019
The Mayor of Ding Dong City is back - but Hiura's demotion still stings
This certainly isn't the last we'll see of Hiura, and Aguilar and Shaw aren't in the clear yet. They ultimately need to produce. But for now, this is the move that Milwaukee needed to make.
Sports - May 29, 2019
9 questions ahead of the Milwaukee Bucks' franchise-altering offseason
After a painful collapse against Toronto in the ECF, the Bucks are suddenly staring down the franchise's most important offseason since it traded Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1975. Here are nine questions to help sort through the upcoming hoops madness.
Sports - May 22, 2019
Happier days ahead: Eric Bledsoe and Giannis named to the All-Defense first-team
In what must be a cruel joke on the city of Milwaukee, the NBA media members voted Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe to the league's All-Defense first-team less than 24 hours after Toronto torched the nets for 120 points in Game 4.
Sports - May 14, 2019
Brewers call up top prospect Keston Hiura as Travis Shaw struggles
The Milwaukee Brewers have called up second baseman Keston Hiura, the organization's top prospect and no. 15 in all of baseball, as they hunt for improved offensive output during the majors' toughest division race.
Sports - May 13, 2019
Previewing the Bucks-Raptors Eastern Conference Finals showdown
Four bounces and a buzzer beater later, the Toronto Raptors are headed to Milwaukee with a trip to the NBA Finals on the line. Giannis versus Kawhi: Who's got the edge in this massive series?
Sports - May 7, 2019
Zero to hero: The Bucks' George Hill is finally having his playoff moment
George Hill - who had looked like a shell of his former self for nearly two calendar years - was perhaps the Bucks' best player in Boston this side of Giannis. But the 11-year vet's story didn't just begin this weekend.
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