8:50 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014

Nigel Hayes reportedly joins lawsuit vs. NCAA

Saw an item late last night and thought fans/readers who follow the battle between the NCAA and athletes over adequate compensation might be interested:It appears Wisconsin sophomore forward Nigel Hayes is now a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the NCAA and the five major conferences, including the Big Ten.

Brandon Knight's contract extension deadline nears

The clock is ticking down to Friday’s deadline for contract extensions for the draft class of 2011, and that includes Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Knight.

Preview: Bucks vs. 76ers

Much of the talk about lottery reform stems from Philadelphia’s all-too-transparent tanking last season. Still, the 76ers finished four games better than the Bucks

MLB free agent frenzy begins

Baseball’s business season began Thursday when 121 players become free agents, a group that includes Pablo Sandoval, Michael Morse, Jake Peavy, Sergio Romo and Ryan Vogelsong of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants.

Packers haven't always stood pat with roster

In the spirit of in-season acquisitions up to mid-season, here’s a list of the beneficial moves made by Green Bay in the last 25 years.
Badgers football: Film study pays dividends for UW safeties

Badgers football: Film study pays dividends for UW safeties

Some might see it as guesswork. Some might see it as clairvoyance. Gary Andersen, the University of Wisconsin football coach, sees it as art.

Notes from Thursday's practice

More than anything else, the culture that head coach Steve Wojciechowski is trying to create is centered on attention to detail and effort. Those two things are the prime focus of nearly everything that happens during practice.

Playoff surge puts swagger back in Kansas City Royals, wins over fans

One of Bud Selig’s biggest accomplishments as commissioner of baseball was restoring what he likes to call “hope and faith” to franchises throughout the major leagues via the game’s new-found competitive balance.

Near miss for Khris again in Carolina

Charlotte, N.C. - Khris Middleton and overtime games at Time Warner Cable Arena have this strange vibe.

Madison Bumgarner sparkles in relief to help Giants win World Series

There were many factors at play as the San Francisco Giants clinched their third World Series crown in five years Wednesday night by eliminating the Kansas City Royals with a nail-biting 3-2 victory in Game 7.

David Stern praises efforts of Bucks owners

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern attended the Bucks-Hornets opener and spoke to reporters before the game and praised small markets such as Charlotte, San Antonio, Sacramento and Milwaukee.

Destiny takes back seat to dynasty

Kansas City - Before the Kansas City Royals took the field for Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium, manager Ned Yost expressed faith that his team would beat the San Francisco Giants.

Packers linebacker Sam Barrington grew during visits to Ghana

Sam Barrington has ascended up the Green Bay Packers’ depth chart, but his rise to the top began with a trip he took as a teenager to visit his father, who had returned to the African nation where he was born.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 29, 2014

Walker lifts Hornets over Bucks in OT, 108-106

AP-BKN-Bucks-Hornets,152Walker lifts Hornets over Bucks in OT, 108-106AP Photo NCCB111, NCCB110, NCCB108, NCCB112, NCCB113, NCCB114, NCCB107, NCCB109, NCCB105, NCCB103Eds: APNewsNow. Hornets 108, Bucks 106, OT. Will be updated. With AP Photos.By STEVE REEDAP Sports WriterCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Kemba Walker made a 21-footer from the top of the key with five seconds left in overtime to lift Charlotte to a 108-106 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night,...
Sun Herald Oct 29, 2014

Walker lifts Hornets over Bucks in OT, 108-106

Kemba Walker made a 21-footer from the top of the key with five seconds left in overtime to lift Charlotte to a 108-106 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday…

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