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Wisconsin Sports 11-29

Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)


>>Middleton’s 3-Pointer Gives Bucks 116-113 Win Over Chicago

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Khris Middleton hit a 3-pointer with five seconds left to give the Milwaukee Bucks a 116-113 win over Chicago at the Fiserv Forum Wednesday night.  Giannis Antetokounmpo filled the stat sheet with 36 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists.  Malcolm Brogdon added 24, hitting all six of his 3-point attempts.  The Bucks wiped out a double-digit Bulls lead in the first half.  Former Bucks Jabari Parker scored 24 for Chicago.  Milwaukee plays the Knicks at Madison Square Garden Saturday.


>>Packers Practice With 8 Players On Sidelines

(Green Bay, WI)  —  With the window of opportunity for post-season play rapidly closing, the Green Bay Packers are dealing with a growing number of injuries.  Eight players missed Wednesday’s practice.  Coach Mike McCarthy says left tackle David Bakhtiari is improving, but kick returner and wide receiver Trevor Davis is out for the Arizona game.  Others who didn’t take the field Wednesday are cornerback Bashaud Breeland, safety Kentrel Brice, running back Tra Carson, defensive end Mike Daniels, tight end Jimmy Graham and safety Raven Greene.


>>Baseball American Names Brewers 2018 Organization Of The Year

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Baseball American has broken with tradition and named the Milwaukee Brewers the 2018 Organization of the Year.  The magazine and online site normally goes with World Series winners.  The award is given to organizations which have exceeded expectations — and the Brewers certainly qualify.  Three years after beginning a complete rebuild, Milwaukee beat the Chicago Cubs in a one-game playoff for the Central Division title, coming up just one game short of qualifying for the World Series.


>>Wisconsin Places 3 On All-Big Ten Conference Volleyball Team

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin sophomore middle blocker Dana Rettke was a unanimous selection for the All-Big Ten Conference volleyball first team this season.  The six-foot-eight Badger athlete averaged four kills per set in conference matches, leading the Big Ten with one-point-41 blocks per set.  Rettke was joined on the post-season honor squad by teammates Sydney Hilley and Madison Duello.  All three Badgers are underclassmen.


  • Rusk County News December 13, 2018
    BARRON, Wis. (WEAU) — A Christmas tree adorned with lights and ornaments is typically a symbol of the coming holiday, but Wednesday night one tree shining bright in Barron is a symbol of hope. Twinkling lights donned the town of Barron Wednesday night, a sign the Christmas holiday is approaching. And while the town of […]
  • Wisconsin Sports 12-13 December 13, 2018
    Wisconsin State Sports (5am update) December 13, 2018 (Thursday) at 4:20 am  Dale Forbis >>Indy Defense Too Tough For Bucks 113-97(Indianapolis, IN) — Indianapolis jumped out to a 23-9 lead and was never seriously challenged the rest of the way in a 113-97 win over the Bucks. Milwaukee misfired on 32-of-43 three-pointers and the […]
  • Frank Clark vows that Seahawks' Richard Sherman era over December 14, 2018
    Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark declared the Richard Sherman era "over" after Seattle's 21-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night. Clark, who leads Seattle with 11 sacks, was responding to comments made last month by his former teammate, now with the San Francisco 49ers, that the Seahawks were a "middle of the road" […]
  • Spencer Dinwiddie wears special shoes in honor of Dwyane Wade December 14, 2018
    MIAMI -- Spencer Dinwiddie is wearing art on his feet this season. It's for a good cause. The Brooklyn guard is planning to have a different set of sneakers in every game this year, paying tribute to either various people or causes on that particular night. On Tuesday in Miami, his shoes were an homage […]
  • Villanova heads to Kansas for Final Four rematch in December December 14, 2018
    Kansas is finally getting another shot at Villanova on Saturday, though with far less on the line this time