Bulls May Be Without A Top Reserve Against The Bucks Thursday

A key reserve for the Chicago Bulls is expected to miss tomorrow night’s Game-Three of their first-round N-B-A playoff series against Milwaukee.  Rookie forward Nikola Mirotic did not practice Tuesday, and his left knee was heavily taped.  He sprained the knee as he was scrambling for a loose ball with Bucks’ center Zaza Pachulia late More >

No Jonathan Lucroy For A Month Or More For The Brew Crew

The Brewers now that say catcher Jonathan Lucroy will be out 4-to-6 weeks with the broken big left toe he suffered on Monday night.  Assistant general manager Gord Ash says it’s a regular break and not just a hairline fracture — in which Lucroy could have played once he could tolerate the pain.  Ash also More >

Ten Runs Not Enough For The Brewers On Tuesday

The Milwaukee Brewers’ offense finally got going last night, but not enough to beat Cincinnati in a 16-to-10 slug-fest at Miller Park.  Brewers’ starter Mike Fiers gave up grand slams in back-to-back innings to Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier. Fiers took the loss and dropped to 0-and-3, as he gave up eight runs — four More >

Packers 2015 Regular Season Schedule Announced

The Green Bay Packers will host their first Thanksgiving game since 1923, when they play the Chicago Bears the night of November 26th.  That’s according to the N-F-L schedule released last night.  Numerous reports say the Packers will honor Brett Favre on the holiday, by unveiling his Number-Four on the green facade around the seating More >

Brewers’ Jonathan Lucroy out 4-6 weeks with toe injury

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy could miss four to six weeks with a fractured big left toe. Lucroy got hurt after during Monday’s 6-1 loss to Cincinnati when a foul tip caromed off his foot. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list immediately after the game. More >

Scooter Gennett Goes On The Disabled List For The Brewers

Milwaukee Brewers’ second baseman Scooter Gennett was put on the 15-day disabled list today.  That’s after he slashed the lower middle finger of his left hand in a freak shower accident after Sunday’s loss at Pittsburgh.  Utility player Elian Herrera was called up from Triple-“A” Colorado Springs to take Gennett’s roster spot.  To make room More >

Bulls Unhappy With Bucks Aggressive Play

The Chicago Bulls didn’t appreciate some of the Bucks’ aggressive play during last night’s 91-82 Bucks’ loss in Game-Two of their first-round playoff series.  Center Pau Gasol said Bucks’ center Zaza Pachulia had a couple of “bad plays” which had nothing to do with basketball.  Pachulia was ejected with two technical fouls, which included a More >

Bucks Coach Jason Kidd Third In Coach Of The Year Voting

Milwaukee’s Jason Kidd took third place in the voting for the N-B-A’s coach-of-the-year award.  Kidd received one first-place vote, and 57 total points from a panel of 130 writers and broadcasters.  The results were announced this morning.  Kidd led Milwaukee to a 41-and-41 regular season, with 26 more wins than the previous year under former More >

Brewers Suffer Injuries And Another Loss Monday Against The Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers lost catcher Jonathan Lucroy to a broken toe, and second baseman Scooter Gennett in a freak shower accident — and yes, the Brewers lost another game last night, 6-to-1 at home to Cincinnati.  It was a scoreless affair through five innings until the Reds scored four times in the sixth inning and More >

Bulls Lead The Bucks 2-0 In Their NBA Playoff Series

The Milwaukee Bucks showed a lot more fight in Game-Two — but they still lost at Chicago last night 91-to-82, to trail their Eastern Conference quarter-final series two-games-to-none.  Bucks’ center Zaza Pachulia was ejected with 2:48 left after his second technical foul, a shoving match with Bulls’ forward Nikola Mirotic.  The Bucks heeded coach Jason More >